TAMPA, Fla. -- Object-oriented programming has yet to take root in the supermarket industry. But the rapidly changing nature of business today could make it a much more viable approach in the future. "Where object [oriented programming] is having the biggest penetration is where the velocity of change is highest," said Jim Stikeleather, technology partner at Technical Resource Connection, a consulting firm here specializing in client-server and object-oriented computing, and former director ...

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