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"Second Workshop on Method Engineering for Object-Oriented and Component-Based Development"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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Second Workshop on Method Engineering for Object-Oriented and Component-Based Development

Governor General Suite C
Monday, 8:30, full day


Magdy Serour, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Brian Henderson-Sellers, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Cesar Gonz?lez-P?rez, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Pavel Hruby, Microsoft Business Solutions, Copenhagen, Denmark
Don Firesmith, The Software Engineering Institute (SEI), USA
Dilip Patel, School of Computing, Information Systems and Mathematics, South Bank University, UK
Dan Rawsthorne, Net Objectives, USA
Bernhard Rumpe, Munich University of Technology, Germany
Hadar Ziv, eBuilt Inc., USA


During the last decade, Object-Oriented/Component Based Development has gained a wide acceptance from both academics and practitioners as the current optimal tech-nology for software development. This has led to the creation of a plethora of OO methodologies and, more recently, OO processes. Many of these, attempt to provide a "one size fits all" method/process. An alternative that we explore in this workshop is to construct and/or tailor a process specifically for the organization by use of the tech-nique of process engineering. While the creation of process components is reasonably mature, the guidelines to help organizations construct their own process from these process components are little understood. The workshop aims to create concrete ad-vice to organizations on process construction and process tailoring. This will require interchange of ideas and experiences between researchers and practitioners.