September 2, 2010
Polymorphism is an object oriented model that allows objects within a class to have theor own versions of a method (function). It’s an elegant mechanism that has some positive benefits, and some serious detriments that few in the OOP community like to discuss.
For example, you can imagine a base software class called “data”. This may [...]
August 5, 2010
Seth Godin blogged recently about being a “bullfrog in a china shop”. Man, I like Seth. He has a nack for nailing things. Here’s what he had to say about bullfrogs in a china shop:
“They make a lot of noise but don’t break anything. They’re annoying but not dangerous. They create a swirl but no [...]