Re: The wisdom of the object mentors (Was: Searching OO Associations with RDBMS Persistence Models)
Date: Fri, 02 Jun 2006 17:49:59 +0200
Tony D wrote:
> Ok, so I exaggerate. There's a bit of hyperbole in there. It was a bit
> of a vent. You know, I'd love the scales to fall from my eyes, to see
> the bright new future in OO programming. Enough people I know whose
> opinions I generally hold in some regard seem to look kindly on it. But
> I just can't get past that, as currently constituted, it all still
> revolves around managing variables and assignments. We don't need that
> stuff anymore. Not at the level of abstraction we should be working at.
> Leave the bits'n'bytes to the OS engineers, the DBMS engineers and
> their ilk. Let's get on with the "what", and leave them to the "how".
I could agree that when working in OOP there is fair amount of additional complexity and low level boilerplate code. My question is - what do you propose/use as an alternative?
Sasa Received on Fri Jun 02 2006 - 17:49:59 CEST