OOP the Easy WayObject-Oriented Programming the Easy Way: a manifesto for reclaiming OOP from three decades of confusion and needless complexity.
Monthly Archives: October 2021
LaTeX (and TeX, for that matter), syntax is relatively consistent, and uses a lot of backslashes. Bourne shell syntax is somewhat inconsistent, and also uses backslashes. Regular expression syntax I seem almost perversely disinclined to remember, and definitely sometimes often … Continue reading
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I only have 17 years of experience, but every point on this list accords with my experience. I’ve made my own attempt to catalogue things software developers should know (that are not writing code), but this is a succinct and … Continue reading
The “return a command” trick This is a nice trick, but we need a phrase for that thing where you implement extreme late binding of functions by invoking an active function that selects the function you want based on its … Continue reading