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January 1998: Designing Distributed Object Systems with CORBA

The design of distributed object systems introduces some subtleties that are not found in conventional object-oriented design. The majority of distributed system building is performed on an ad hoc basis, without perhaps the pool of experience and heuristics available in other fields, in languages in the form of idioms, and to object-oriented design in the form of design patterns.

Kevlin Henney introduced the CORBA model of distributed computing, focusing on its history and future, IDL essentials and idioms, and some design and architectural patterns that support the creation of more effective distributed object systems. Kevlin's slides are available online.

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