Sites which express views which are critical of Object-Oriented Programming and/or Object-Oriented Design.
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Articles about software development, especially methodologies such as Extreme Programming and ICONIX. Also includes links and discussions.
USENIX - Invited Talk: Objecting to Objects
Paper which argues that OOP's main benefits stem from helping developers think more clearly - and that these benefits can be gained without using OOP.
Extensible Programming for the 21st Century
Is an open, more flexible programming environment just around the corner? Article by Gregory V. Wilson. ACM Queue. (December 01, 2004)
Objects Have Failed
By Richard P. Gabriel; OOPSLA 2002 address, Seattle, WA. A paradigm fails when the narrative it embodies fails to speak truth, or when its proponents embrace it beyond reason. (November 06, 2002)
The Risks Digest Volume 8: Issue 8
Bruce Karsh argues that structured programming "is a really bad idea that has been holding back progress for years". Not intentionally humorous. (January 13, 1989)
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