Goodbye, Object Oriented Programming
Charles Scalfani

Something done poorly is not an indicator that the “thing” is flawed… more the operator.

I see people drive badly everyday, would you jump the conclusion that the automobile is flawed and we should go back to horses?

Clearly you’ve had some troubles modelling OO solutions, it’s just a shame that you’ve thrown the baby out with the bath water instead of asking for help… maybe then there wouldn’t be another rhetorical rant poisoning the minds of young developers.

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