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Object-Oriented Design (OOD)

Object-oriented design as understood here is the task of defining how the software works on a class level which comprises the decomposition into classes, defining their interfaces, method signatures, their grouping into packages, etc. In the agile world OOD is seen as a part of coding while plan-driven development sees it as a separate development phase before the actual coding. Nevertheless roughly the same decisions have to be made.

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