Introduction to OOP Chapter 1: Thinking Object-Oriented : next previous audio real text

Agents and Communities

Our first observation is that results are achieved through the interaction of agents, which we will call objects.

Furthermore, any nontrivial activity requires the interaction of an entire community of objects working together.

Each object has a part to play, a service they provide to the other members of the community.

Intro OOP, Chapter 1, Slide 16