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A REVOLUTION IN SOFTWARE DESIGN IS HERE. What if you could reduce the size of applications by 50 percent, while cutting code complexity by a factor of three? “Breaking the Time Barrier”, from renowned inventor and programming expert Gordon E. Morrison, can help you do all that while dramatically increasing software reliability.

The secret is COSA, for Coherent Object System Architecture. This revolutionary new paradigm in software engineering, in which control-flow and data-flow remain separate, harnesses breakthrough time savings where it counts. The resulting applications are easier to trace, debug, validate, and reuse - and free of the scourge of modern software engineering: so-called "spaghetti code.”

Promising a Moore’s Law for software - in which software decreases in size while increasing in performance - “Breaking the Time Barrier” allows the technology to be consistent from the top of the model down to the binary code at the bottom. This will happen through changing the architectural paradigm from the way specifications are created to the automated manufacture of the application.

“Breaking the Time Barrier” is chock full of programming examples and clear instruction that will make it among a software engineer’s most referenced technical works.

This ground breaking book can be purchased from AMAZON.COM in both paperback and digital kindle formats.


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