More like Object-Obsessed.
@fribbledom One of the things that recently struck me as odd is that not all programs fit well to an object oriented approach, but all programs take place in time. I don't know of any language that has an explicit model of time that results in determining the execution model, but a lot where execution is determined by an object model.
@fribbledom classes heirarchies and inheritence are the tools of the Bourgeoisie
@fribbledom oop obsession decreases a lot the pleasure of programming and increase the the developer time. Also it is a big cliff for old programmers, but everything moves in that direction.
@fribbledom Object Oriented means not knowing what your algorithm really is.
@fribbledom I genuinely appreciate all the OOP naysayers in the replies, haha.
@fribbledom OO has suffered the death of a thousand cuts from bad developers using bad OOPLs (C++ I'm looking at you!).
Many technologies suffer at the gate of misuse and silver bullet dreams. OO arose from the ashes of functional programming, and in 30 years will probably do so again.
Shlaer-Mellor did it right, but good abstraction was too hard for the average developer. Fools follow fools.
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