Re: Object-relational impedence
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 08:17:56 -0700 (PDT)
On 17 mar, 14:16, "Dmitry A. Kazakov" <mail..._at_dmitry-kazakov.de>
> On Sun, 16 Mar 2008 16:52:37 +0000, S Perryman wrote:
> > Perhaps even Dijkstra himself said this.
> >> *CS is as much about computers then Astronomy is about telescopes*
> > Astronomy without telescopes is merely staring into the night sky.
> Dijkstra should have said "Astrology"...
Putting Astrology on the same stance than Astronomy is like putting Alchemy on the same stance than Chemistry. One is science the other is just hustler's way of doing things...You are a part of the second category.
> Probably another his citation may apply here, that about BASIC. It looks
> that exposure to SQL causes similar effects.
In your dreams idiot. Even though I would not care whether or not SQL would have been Dijkra's target, one can't forget that he clearly nailed OO from the beginning as being nothing else than a sloppy programming technique.
> Or, is it abstraction [away]
> of logical model went too far? So far that some of our honored posters from
> c.d.t. (surely otherwise sensible and intelligent gentlemen) just do not
> notice their fingers keeping on typing nothing but "fool", "idiot",
Sometimes one had to call a spade a spade. That you are an idiot is not a assumption but a fact based on the endless gobberish you have been posting.
> Is it a necessary part of data-centric view not to care about oneself's
> P.S. Give up Steve. You have already invested much time in order to educate
> our topmind, unfortunately against his will, and, alas, without sustainable
> effects. But he at least has manners acceptable out of sty...
You educating people LOLOLOLOL.....
And you have the arrogance of educating people..What a fool...
> Dmitry A. Kazakovhttp://www.dmitry-kazakov.de
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