Michael Flanakin Reacted Tonbsp Of My SDTimes Article Onnbspthenb

Michael Flanakin reacted to  of my SDTimes article on the (relative) failure of dynamic languages within .NET with an interesting proposal: Perhaps every namespace could have a default “utility” class that hides OO complexity. There’s even a tiny bit of a precedent in that .NET attributes named SomeAttribute are exposed as Some (with the …Attribute part of […]

Programming Stinks

As much as I love writing code, I realized long ago that it’s really the act of bending my computer to my will that I really love. Programming’s just the only way to really do that. After a few decades, you’d have thought we’d have come up with something better. Our industry’s pioneers agree that […]