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March 24, 2005



The hypocrisy is to equate OO with what the boss and the client want. The hypocrisy is to abstract when the boss and the client want you to deliver. The hypocrisy is to believe in anyone but in yourself, though you should have known that the solution is your business. :-)

Jonathan Dodds

The boss and the client want software that has good enough performance, that produces correct results, that is delivered on time, and that can be easily enhanced and extended. For most business software most of the cost is in maintenance, not CPU cycles.

I think OO, when properly applied, can help with meeting those goals.

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