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The ATM Object-Oriented Design and Implementation Case Study

July 1, 2009







Educator, author, and Java Champion Paul Deitel, of Deitel and Associates, Inc., talks about the ATM Object-Oriented Design and Implementation Case Study from his book "Java: How to Program, 8/e" in this java.net Community Corner podcast recorded at at JavaOne 2009. Paul provided the following description of his presentation:

A key concept in object-oriented programming is the interactions among objects. Most programming textbooks show code examples that create and use one or two objects to demonstrate specific features of the language. In addition to small examples like these, our textbook Java How to Program, 8/e (published March 2009) presents an object-oriented design/UML 2 automated teller machine (ATM) case study and its complete code implementation. This ATM case study is a nice business example that students can relate to. Students study the interactions of many objects that provide the functionality of a substantial system. The case study helps students tie together the object-oriented concepts they learn. In this presentation, Paul Deitel will overview the two-chapter case study and discuss his experiences teaching it. Each attendee will receive a copy of the case study.

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Paul Deitel is CEO and Chief Technical Officer of Deitel & Associates, Inc. Paul graduated from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. He holds the Java Certified Programmer and Java Certified Developer certifications, and is a Java Champion.
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"Download the presentation so

"Download the presentation so you can follow along as you listen to the podcast" -

I am unable to view the presentation slides after downloading. There only xml documents. Opening with a browser shows just the xml tree. How to read these xml's? Any xslt required? Please help.

The presentation is in pptx

The presentation is in pptx format, which is used by Microsoft PowerPoint 2007.