The five myths of application development

Comaford, Christine
October 1993
PC Week;10/4/93, Vol. 10 Issue 39, p61
Trade Publication
Opinion. Clarifies the five myths of application development. Skinny clients as best; Object-oriented programming (OOP) as fail-safe; Client/server application builders as great for enterprise applications; Users as developers; Native code as compared to binary compatibility; Advice.


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