Saturday, August 28, 2010

Images show examples of OOP

If you look at any of my Blogger images “from the Right” in Google Chrome, you’ll see the html code, and on the right you’ll see the CSS panel for the image with a log of “inherited from” tags. These would give “the OOP student” and idea of just how inheritance works in the real world.


During my last two years at ING in 2000-2001, we did have a some classes in OOP and especially UML from a local Twin Cities guru.

I still strikes me as remarkable that java had been barely invented by 1996, was used to rewrite the Data Access layer of the Customer Service Workbench at ING as early as 1999, and as well accepted in a production environment by 2000. It was becoming a skill people needed to have, so quickly.

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