does someone know where this quote comes from? I don't know it literally, but I know what is is about. Something like: Writing code more than once is a waste of energy and creativity. I think ...
I will start with one, which however did not work the way I wanted. Vendor Evaluation: In the beginning of the project, we spent some time to do a survey of existing open-source libraries that can be ...
I know that many of us maintain our own little personal library with tools and utilities that we use often. I've had mine since I was 16 years old so it has grown to quite a considerable size. Some ...
Take a large company, formed through many iterations of mergers and reorganizations. This company produces lots of different products that are all targeted to a specific industry. Most products share ...
One thing working in Haskell and F# has taught me is that someone in a university smarter than me has probably already found an abstraction for what I'm doing. Likewise in C# and object-oriented ...
Perhaps the greatest promise of using object-oriented paradigm is the code reuse. Some dispute that this was achieved. Why was it (not) achieved? Does code reuse as OOP defines it, make projects more ...
As per this question: I decided to implement the BitTorrent spec to make my own client/tracker. Now, I was going through the spec, I was about 70% done implementing the BEncoding when I found a link ...
I have often heard it said that objects have not delivered in terms of code reuse. Do you agree? If you believe that they haven't, why not?