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accepted Is it correct to say that CSS is AOP?
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comment Is it correct to say that CSS is AOP?
Ok, so.. CSS is a massively wide-spread language, and while you can say that it simply implements declarative decorator pattern, there are strong arguments (see the linked article) that its following AOP principles. If that is the case, we can both learn from CSS growing pains, and increase awareness of AOP among programmers. So the question is: Does CSS match a definition of AOP, despite being "inferior, non-turing complete, toy, and so on" ?
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comment Is it correct to say that CSS is AOP?
to people, who want to close this question: i'm not asking for opinions, i'm asking for arguments. Citations from respectable sources can be ok, as well.
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comment Any languages use the '=>' and '=<' operators?
and after C#, coffeescript, and then ES6/Harmony had picked fat arrow syntax.
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comment Diagrams used to model the architecture and functionality of a website
take pen, paper and draw some free form boxes and arrows. Thats the best kind of diagrams in the world. UML was created for snake oil salespeople to impress suit-and-tie guys in leather chairs, and using it for such a simple thing as crawler with web face - is just an overkill.
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comment When is the best time to do self learning in relation with software management?
you can code 4 hours per day in normal mode. Everything beyond that is a crunch. While in general, crunches can be good, do not overuse them, unless you are in India, and have 100 new hungry kids waiting to replace your current staff, when they loose the edge, burnout or quit ;)
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comment Karger's algorithm for bin-packing?
i think, your question was answered here gamedev.stackexchange.com/questions/2829/…
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comment When is the best time to do self learning in relation with software management?
when is a good time to learn ? - every day!