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The difference between waterfall model and object oriented model? [closed]

Please explain the difference between the waterfall model and the object oriented model. Since the books and web sites that I've seen didn't provide much information about it, I need someone to ...
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Are factors such as Intellisense support and strong typing enough to justify the use of an 'Anaemic Domain Model'?

It's easy to accept that objects should be used in all layers except a layer nominated as a data layer. However, it's just as easy to end-up with an 'anaemic domain model' that is just an object ...
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What is the object-oriented thought process?

I've been studying OOP in conjunction with Zend's MVC implementation for the past few months. I'm pretty new to programming, generally, but I feel strongly that I should learn things the 'right' way, ...