[TriLUG] OOP self study seminar group (proposal)
igor at igorpartola.com
Sun Aug 28 18:38:28 EDT 2011
I will respectfully disagree. There are many different styles of OOP, and
there seems to be little agreement as to what true OOP really is. There is
certainly a very commonly used group of languages that include C++ and Java
that have a certain idea of what OOP is and seem to have a pretty common
definition of it.
more object-oriented than even Java. Here is an interesting email on the
definition of OOP from the man himself, Alan Kay:
Another interesting point was made in this email (with the interesting koan
at the end):
I think an OOP group might be a little too narrowly focused. Maybe a group
focused on different programming languages?
On Sun, Aug 28, 2011 at 6:14 PM, Joseph Mack NA3T <jmack at wm7d.net> wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Aug 2011, John Riselvato wrote:
> Well I am in for the OOP group. What language would we most likely use?
> whatever people want to present their talk in. I expect it will be Java,
> C++ and Python. We'll find what OOP languages people use.
> At some level (after you take out the language specific syntax), all OOP
> looks the same (ie there's been only one OOP, just like there's only one way
> of doing procedural programming). The speakers should be able to explain
> their code in a language independant way.
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