Latest OOP Articles

OP-ED: Do You Hear the Sirens' Song?

Everyone has ideas about how to build software. Explore some common fallacies and collect some hints that may help you along the way. All of the ideas are the opinion of the author (who is sometimes wrong).

When OOP Becomes POO

Many people who understand OOP well enough to use it are trying to create it too. Paul Kimmel says that's often when OOP becomes POO.

Has Visual Basic Lost Its Way?

Paul Kimmel says the next big paradigm shift in programming will be based on .NET. Find out what he predicts VB's role will be in this coming change, and why he wonders whether Microsoft dropped the ball with VB.NET.

It Is a Matter of State

Learn about the State pattern, which permits an object to change its behavior dynamically by changing its internal state, creating the illusion that the object has changed.

Latest Developer Videos

More...

Latest CodeGuru Developer Columns

Top White Papers and Webcasts

  • Organizations are increasingly gravitating toward mobile-first application development as they assess the need to revamp their application portfolios to support touch computing and mobility. Consumerization has brought higher expectations for application usability along with the mobile devices themselves. Enterprises are increasingly shifting their new application acquisitions and development efforts toward mobile platforms. With this backdrop, it is natural to expect application platform vendors to invest in …

  • Snapshot-based data protection solutions were supposed to solve our backup challenges, weren't they? Then why are your backups still broken? Many issues with snapshots point to a need for better snapshot creation and management capabilities, to make backup and recovery more intelligent and more likely to succeed. If your snapshots are manually managed or of the "build-it-yourself" variety, there may be several reasons that they aren't working very well. Read this white paper to learn the five reasons why your …

Most Popular Programming Stories

More for Developers

RSS Feeds

Thanks for your registration, follow us on our social networks to keep up-to-date