US businesses are finally ready to embrace the object oriented revolution, claims a survey of 350 IS executives by research firm Advantage Business Research.
According to the survey results, 76 per cent of respondents expect to bump up their spending on object oriented technology, while 63 per cent predict an increase in the number of object oriented projects. The need to develop Web applications and the runaway success of Java seem to be the major contributing factors in this revived object interest. But just to keep things in perspective, 77 per cent of those polled have fewer than five object projects on the go.
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