Joe Armstrong has changed his mind on OO. You can find that here:
Alan Kay has said he likes Erlang. You can find that here:
While we’re at it, please take a look here:
I should also mention Christopher Strachey -- a great fan of Lisp and McCarthy -- who realized that many kinds of…news.ycombinator.com
I think people need to understand that this “object-oriented” term they throw around is really something else. They aren’t criticizing object-orientation at its roots.