Looking back on Object-Orientated Programming

As we move into the Spring (no pun intended), I thought it'd be nice to trace the history of a major paradigm shift in the way we write code. It is responsible for sparking the (Personal) Computer Revolution that gave us the atmosphere of unbridled innovation we enjoy today, and it's widely known as Object-Orientated Programming. … Continue reading Looking back on Object-Orientated Programming

Introducing drw: a “useful tool” to solve a “practical problem”.

(I have gripes that I need to get out of my system. I think that documenting my approach to a coding task could demonstrate some points I want to make, and help me give some ideas solid grounding.) Motivation Existing solutions for drawing graphics suffer from numerous technical, performance and usability flaws. (probably—I didn't bother … Continue reading Introducing drw: a “useful tool” to solve a “practical problem”.