Comment from: Alexandre Lemieux [Visitor]
Alexandre Lemieux

I totally agree (here’s my comments on the same article from Joel.)

How come database nomalization is no longer teached? That makes no sense at all.

01/26/06 @ 18:04
Comment from: Alexandre Lemieux [Visitor]
Alexandre Lemieux

The link got removed from my previous comment. Here is the URL: http://www.fortrel.net/blog/index.php?title=java_schools&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1

01/26/06 @ 18:14
Comment from: Gilles Bonnet [Visitor]
Gilles Bonnet

Agree AND disagree
The word programming is too vague : Assembler and C is one technology but C++ and java is another one. The pity is to confuse both.
At system and architecture level, I don’t care and think about blocks which have their own behavior and knowledge… may be closer to java
Then when the coding time is close, one has to choose….
IMHO, pointers and structures are not THE way to do except for high performances or PICs or firmware…

I believe that the real problem comes from very bad teaching on OO programming (does anyone heard about a good OO expert ?) OO is a myth.
And I feel happy using java without OO

02/04/06 @ 12:27
Comment from: Nick [Visitor]

OO is a myth!

I don’t think so, I’ve seen two real experts
in my life!

02/13/06 @ 15:47

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