Roger Sessions

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Roger Sessions has a B.A. in Biology from Bard College and an M.E.S. in Database Systems from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of two books, Reusable Data Structures for C, and Class Construction in C and C++, and several articles. He worked on Object-Oriented programming environments and worked with high performance relational databases and Object-Oriented storage systems.


OS/2 Magazine

Column: The World of Objects

Republishing Permission
Rogger Sessions gave permission to release his articles under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0. Martin Iturbide received the permission on Jan 17 of 2012.
OS/2 Developer
  • Sessions; Coskun: Class Objects in SOM - Summer 1992
  • Sessions; Coskun: Object-Oriented Programming in OS/2. Using SOM - Winter 1992
  • Sessions; Coskun: Method Resolution in SOM - Spring 1993
  • Sessions; Coskun; Erickson: SOMObjects Developer Toolkit: An Overview - Nov/Dec 1993
  • Erickson; Coskun; Sessions: SOMobjects Developer Toolkit: Sharing SOM Objects with DSOM - Jan/Feb 1994
  • SOM Overview - First Class Objects (OMG) Summer 1992
Computer Language
  • Sessions: C Data Concepts - Vol. 3, 2
  • Sessions; Coskun: SOM Enchanted Evening - Apr 1993
  • The System Object Model (SOM): A Technology for Language Independent Objects -


  • R. Sessions: Reusable Data Structures for C - Prentice Hall 1989, ISBN 0-13-779034-1
  • R. Sessions: Class Construction in C and C++: Object-Oriented Programming Fundamentals - Prentice Hall 1992, ISBN 0-13-630104-5
  • R. Sessions: Object Persistence: Beyond Object Oriented Databases - Prentice Hall 1996, ISBN 0-13-192436-2
  • R. Sessions: COM and DCOM: Microsoft's Vision for Distributed Objects - Wiley 1997, ISBN 0-471-19381-X
  • R. Sessions: Simple Architectures for Complex Enterprises - Microsoft Press 2008, ISBN 0-7356-2578-6