Yeah, it was a bit interesting in thought. As he stated however, it is nothing really new. I thought it more of an opinion piece about how we should work our way towards that design. I got what he was saying, but I think much of what he had been talking about could have been done through OOP with perhaps a different focus on the types of classes to design. Maybe some more theoretical OOP class models for manipulating the data of other objects.
Good read, thanks for pointing it out.
This post has been edited by Martyr2: 19 December 2009 - 12:51 PM