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Head First Object-Oriented Analysis and Design by Gary Pollice, David West, Brett McLaughlin

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Chapter 9. Iterating and Testing: The Software is Still for the Customer

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It’s time to show the customer how much you really care. Nagging bosses? Worried clients? Stakeholders that keep asking, “Will it be done on time?” No amount of well-designed code will please your customers; you’ve got to show them something working. And now that you’ve got a solid OO programming toolkit, it’s time to learn how you can prove to the customer that your software works. In this chapter, we learn about two ways to dive deeper into your software’s functionality, and give the customer that warm feeling in their chest that makes them say, Yes, you’re definitely the right developer for this job!

Your toolbox is filling up

We’ve learned quite a bit so far, and our toolbox of analysis and design tools is getting pretty full. We even added some OO programming techniques in the last chapter:

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But you’re still writing your ...

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