[squeak-dev] Re: Are Objects really hard?

Janko Mivšek janko.mivsek at eranova.si
Sun Feb 12 12:02:01 UTC 2012

Milan zdravo!

S, Milan Mimica piše:

> Janko Mivšek 
>     In this case I see a wise thinking about weaknesses of OO and Smalltalk
>     and how to overcome it by better "best practices". For instance, the
>     newcommers are asking where to find a guidelines for modeling OO domain
>     models in pure OO way. In this guidelines we can emphasise above
>     mentioned best practices, then author's claim that  "no one really
>     understands to this day how to do them right" won't be valid much
>     anymore.

> There are many books written on OO domain modeling and there is so much
> knowledge floating around. 

Can you and others list some of those books and other useful resources?
Which are currently most popular, which are regarded as classical?

Maybe we can list them as recommended literature on our websites.

Best regards

> The claim that no one understands OO it just
> so stupid that it's not worth citing it. I for one do know how do it
> right, in any language. You don't even need an OO laguage. It has
> nothing do to with Smalltalk. It's about how you model real-life
> problems in code. I find it easy, straightforward and natural.
> -- 
> Milan Mimica
> http://sparklet.sf.net

Janko Mivšek
Smalltalk Web Application Server

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