OOPSLA 2002



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OOPSLA 2002 Practitioners Reports

Wednesday, 6 November – 10:30-12:00 – Ballroom 6D

Practitioner Reports: Being Agile

Agile Techniques to Avoid Firefighting at a Start Up  

Joseph Blotner
Sabrix, Inc.
Slides, Report

Making RUP Agile

Michael Hirsch
Zuehlke Engineering AG
Slides, Report

Hitting the Target: Adding Interaction Design to Agile Software Development

Jeff Patton
Tomax Technologies
Slides, Report

Thursday, 7 November – 15:30-17:00 – Ballroom 6D

Practitioner Reports: In the Trenches: Tough Problems

A Common Multi-Platform Hardware Object Model

Joseph Armstrong
IBM Server Group
Astrid Kreissig
IBM Server Group
Slides, Report

eXtreme Embedded - A report from the Front Line

Gary Mueller
Consultant
Janet Borzuchowski
Storage Technology Corporation
Slides, Report

Transformation of an Application Data Layer

Will Loew-Blosser
Cargill, Inc.
Slides, Report

Friday, 8 November – 10:30-12:00 – Exhibit Hall 4B

Practitioner Reports: Architecture Experiences

Designing a Web Services Project for Maximum Value: The 90 Day Challenge

Katherine Radeka
Hewlett-Packard
Slides, Report

Migrating Legacy Engineering Applications to Java

Tom Dickens
The Boeing Company
Slides, Report

Defining and Growing a Scientific Analysis Software Architecture

William Ingram
ExxonMobil
Rodney D. Brown
ExxonMobil
Slides, Report