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"The ``Killer Examples'' for Design Patterns and Objects First workshop"
Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications
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The ``Killer Examples'' for Design Patterns and Objects First workshop

Carl Alphonce, University at Buffalo, State University of New York
Dung Nguyen, Rice University
Stephen Wong, Rice University
Phil Ventura, State University of West Georgia

A killer app "makes a sustaining market for a promising but under-utilized technology." [The Jargon File] A killer example provides clear and compelling motivation for some concept. This poster reports results from the third annual OOPSLA "Killer Examples" workshop exploring killer examples for teaching design patterns and objects-first.