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  • Software Reality - Articles about software development, especially methodologies such as Extreme Programming and ICONIX. Also includes links and discussions.
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  • 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.
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  • Why OO Sucks - Short essay by Erlang programmer critiques object-oriented programming from the perspective of functional programming, mostly.
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  • 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)
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  • 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)
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  • 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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