17 June, 2007

Software Programming Paradigms

Oh, what did we do before Wikipedia!

My wife is defining some software development training materials focusing on the object-oriented programming paradigm. One of the slides presents the idea that object-oriented programming is _a_ programming technique, not _the_ programming technique.

Far too often I think we get caught up with a new technology and believe that it is the end-all of software development. Object-oriented programming, agile development, Ruby-on-rails, . . . I think we all too often jump on the new technology bandwagon. It is worth a lunch-hour to investigate some of the other programming paradigms.


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