Friday, December 09, 2005

Human Inteface Debate (redux)

Blaine Buxton puts the "." on the "i" here.
It is all about code-organization. Every class has different views How you organize these categories, (different views), is another bussiness.
You can use Utilities-Classes, or you can extend classes and add method categories, or you can use Aspects, or traits, or mixins...

ps. Good read: the Bernard Notarianni's "Object Orientation Enlightenment".
Maye it should deserve its own post...

And today, I realized what I missed.

The important part is not the code: it is the upper part with classes, protocols and methods. Programming with Smalltalk is actually creating meaningful class’s names, meaningful methods names and organize them into self explicatory protocols.

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