Object Orientation (OO)

SUMit uses Object Orientation to build software that others classify as impossible. Coffee protocol, an example of interaction between objects in reality OO can model a complex reality in a very natural way.

An example is 'the cup of coffee'. This shows interaction between customer, waiter and kitchen.

  • Customer and kitchen don't know each other. The waiter is the intermediary. (Encapsulation).
  • Waiter and kitchen act differently to the request 'a black coffee' (Polymorphism)
  • Both waiter and kitchen supply coffee (Inheritance).
The benefits of OO are higher for complex business processes. The more complex the better. Different responsibilities, lots of exceptions, and processes that 'look alike'. Those are the ideal ingredients for an OO approach.

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