Is there a more general concept or name for what WPF calls "dependency properties"? I imagine this is not a WPF-ism and in fact other libraries or frameworks have employed a similar approach? If so, ...
I have read a few of the articles related to the Language Oriented Programming paradigm. Therefore, I concluded that LOP paradigm can let programmers be more productive because of it's extensibility. ...
Is there a programming language that can be used as a bridge for learning several programming paradigms? I am introduced to the Oz programming language but I think there are several more languages ...
By researching around (books, Wikipedia, similar questions on SE, etc) I came to understand that Imperative programming is one of the major programming paradigms, where you describe a series of ...
If so, can you tell me how learning a new paradigm changed your approach for solving programming problems even if the problem is in another paradigm/language/technology? I will really appreciated If ...
What are some pros and cons to learning functional programming before other paradigms?
I would like to use a pure object oriented programming language to really learn what the paradigm is about. I'm not out to become an expert at such; mostly will I implement some small things with it ...
Stack-oriented programming is a pretty non-widely used paradigm (well, PostScript gets used under the hood a bit here and there). This in mind, what problems are stack-oriented languages good at? What ...
I have not yet heard about any uses of a logical programming language (such as Prolog) in the software industry, nor do I know of usage of it in hobby programming or open source projects. It (Prolog) ...
I have recently been more concerned about the way I write my code. After reading a few books on design patterns (and overzealous implementation of them, I'm sure) I have shifted my thinking greatly ...
I read this article on Language-Oriented Programming. He points out some weaknesses in the modern procedural/OOP approaches to programming, and suggests a new programming paradigm that will solve them ...
I'm thinking about tree structures, and I feel that I don't like them. It's like when you have a shop, then you try to put all products to tree-like catalog, and then you need to place one product to ...
I have heard this time and again and I am trying to understand and validate the idea that FP and OO are orthogonal. First of all, what does it mean for 2 concepts to be orthogonal ? FP encourages ...
One mandatory course I took in uni was about functional and logical programming languages (Haskell and Prolog). It was mildly interesting, and most I talked to showed even less interest to the course ...