stefan: objektorientierung*

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  1. Every OOP fan is almost by definition a fan of polymorphism. Lots of otherwise good books (e.g. Fowler's Refactoring) go so far as to say if you use runtime type checks, e.g. Java's "instanceof" operator, then you're probably an evil person who threatens little children with switch statements.
    https://sites.google.com/site/steveyegge2/when-polymorphism-fails
    Schlagwörter: , , , von Stefan Macke (2014-10-27)
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  2. Since the introduction of lambda expressions in C#, we have had two different style of programming. Yet, programmers used to the habitual style often find it easy to fall back on those old practices. In this presentation we will take a number of common tasks we code in C#, discuss the downsides of the habitual style, transform it into functional style, and discuss the benefits. We will also discuss some techniques that can help make this transformation easier on everyday projects.
    http://vimeo.com/97519532
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  3. Vortrag von Ralf Westphal zum Thema "Flow-Oriented Modelling"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I36OImYMIVs
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  4. Chances are, most of us are primarily writing in Object Oriented Languages. But how many of us are truly doing Object Oriented Programming (OOP)? Objects are a powerful abstraction, but when all we do is write procedural code wrapped in classes we’re not realizing their benefits. That’s the tricky thing about OO, it’s easy to have Objects but still not be doing good OOP. This has led to a plethora of principles and patterns and laws, which are very valuable, but also easy to misunderstand and misapply. In this talk we’ll go back to the foundations of Objects, and take a careful look at what OO is really about and how our principles and patterns fit into the big picture. We’ll see why good OOP is important, and look at the mindset needed to design successful Objects. When we’re done, we’ll have a more nuanced understanding of what good OO is, what it can do for us, and when we should use it.
    http://vimeo.com/91672848
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    http://www.confreaks.com/videos/1233-...by2012-refactoring-from-good-to-great
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    http://vimeo.com/43592685
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    http://vimeo.com/43598193
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    http://coding.smashingmagazine.com/20...duction-to-object-oriented-css-oocss/
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    http://lists.canonical.org/pipermail/kragen-tol/2011-August/000937.html
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    http://dotnet-forum.de/blogs/larsschm...attern-zur-objekt-instanziierung.aspx
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