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comment Drawbacks of code kata
@dzieciou: I have experience in martial arts kata having practiced Karate for several years. And while I believe that there are some useful aspects of fighting that can be learned from kata, I also believe that it is ultimately not a very efficient way to train. You should train as you fight as they say. That is if your purpose is to become a better fighter. Some people find practicing kata to be a joyful pursuit in itself. There's nothing wrong with that. Eventually some of them become very good. At kata.
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answered Drawbacks of code kata
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comment Two HTML elements with same id attribute: How bad is it really?
You write that browsers are too accommodating like it's bad thing, but surely you don't believe that?
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comment Why aren't there other client-side scripting languages for websites?
"it can be OOP"... It is OOP! Inheritance is not what defines OOP. Objects are.
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answered Does simplicity always improve Readability?
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answered How can I deal with the cargo-cult programming attitude?
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answered What would you do if your client required you not to use object-oriented programming?
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comment OO best practices for C programs
No reason to try to implement inheritance. As a means to achieve code reuse, it's a flawed idea to begin with. Object composition is easier and better.