So I'm reading a book on Design Patterns (Design Patterns Explained 2nd Edition), and all throughout the book it says to "favor aggregation over inheritance". I'm trying to wrap my head around trying ...
When faced with (even a small) project, I tend to fall into the following bad practice. I think about the structure of the problem. Then I create some base classes, derive from them and then derive ...
I have an abstract class A which declares an abstract method doStuff. Currently there are many classes that inherit from A and implement doStuff. The class' instances are initialized at run-time ...
This is a rather vague question, but it's something I've never felt has been answered in a satisfactory way when reading about proper design. Generally, when learning about Object Oriented ...
I find that when I am trying to learn say Python for example I end up worrying about problems that are out of scope like how does Python implement this thing etc. For example say I am learning twisted ...