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April 14, 2005

Burton analyst report on AOP now available

Richard Monson-Haefel has been working hard over the last few months on an analyst report for Burtons on the state of AOP. I know that he conducted extensive research on the topic, and interviewed a large number of the participants in the AOP space. The result is a very valuable report for corporations wondering what to make of AOP and how it might impact their development processes and strategies.

This report is now available from the Burton's site (note - there is a charge for this report which represents a significant investment of time and resource on the part of Burtons).

Here's the blurb from the Burton's site:

"Ghosts in the Machine: Aspect-Oriented Programming"
Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) is a powerful modularization tool that improves development and maintenance of object-oriented software. Recent advances in visual tooling alleviate previous barriers to adoption, especially lack of visibility. Burton Group Senior Analyst Richard Monson-Haefel explains what AOP is, where it’s going, and how organizations should implement a three-phase adoption process to leverage it.

You might also be interested in Richard's blog entry " Understand AOP in 3 easy steps".

On a related topic, I was interested to see in the news today the headline AOP to Sharpen its Cutting Edge ;)

Posted by adrian at April 14, 2005 08:42 AM [permalink]


Unrelated, but I'm certain this will interest you:

Posted by: juzzam [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 24, 2005 06:48 AM

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