JHotDraw Tutorials Made Available

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Because of recurring requests, and with the authors' permission, I'm providing the 1997 and 1998 tutorials of JHotDraw. JHotDraw was developed by Kent Beck and Erich Gamma, and represents an interesting case study in object-oriented design using Java and design patterns.

My own dissertation uses JHotDraw as a case study. So, if you are interested in a collaboration-based view of object-oriented design, please take a look it. Collaborations are now what used to be role models.

You can also find pointers to the tutorials in the additional materials' section as well as the erratum of my thesis.

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