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Is it true that some specialists predict the death of OOP? That this paradigm of programming is no longer actual? That modern systems require a more pure and clear conception? What do you think, and what alternative(s) you can suggest if it's true? P.S. I don't mean working, large and responsible projects. Though if we designed product very carefully and competently, we can rewrite it without big difficulties. Simply need resources(people, time, financial factor etc.)

8/2/2017 4:18:11 AM

4rontender

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so very true @4rontenter. Doesnt mean one has to like the initial shock of radical changes 😊 p.s it is an 8 second video. not worth the effort really.. now seth mcfarlanes cavalcade of cartoons. that is worth finding (if it is your sense of humour)

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here is a discussion that you might find of interest: https://www.quora.com/Is-object-oriented-programming-dead

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yes! if it ain't broke, don't fix it

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mm more like Если это не сломано, не исправляйте это

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also this is me: https://youtu.be/ZgIrXKpv2gw

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Do you have Family Guy? It is stewie saying he doesnt like change

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😀 everyone has different sense of humour. Not everyone here likes family guy and things like simpsons. I think this is a good thing. Gives us variety

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I tried to learn Kanji but really the amount of symbols is just insane.

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yeah. they are very nice people. the culture is very very competitive which makes some come across as rude but it is not intentional most of the time

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Dont you just love Google Translate...😁

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i was going to learn it. but time investment is estimated at 1600 hours. Category 4 of difficulty. Just below Chinese

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i am using this to learn atm https://youtu.be/wuTN3zdSKVs 😆 Learn Russian with Girls

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hope not 😯 Oop and my brain get along nicely

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Dont think so....most projects that are worthwhile are large and OOP IS for large projects.

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Even C uses concepts that are close to OOP...with structs for example.

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Even John Carmack the maker of the Id Tech game engine realized what is called code entropy when projects get larger...he eventually switched to C++.

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Nice link jay they talk about chaos in there...which is essentially the same as code entropy.

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Family Guy is wacky...twisted sense of humor but I like it.

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Russian blows my brain. 😬

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russian