Monday, August 22, 2005

Dynamic Languages Help You Design

Darrell Norton makes some interesting observations from "The Cognitive View: A Different Look at Software Design" in his blog entry, Dynamic languages work closer to how you design software. He combines points from this article with the one I mentioned earlier. All three articles are worth a read. I especially love this quote at the end of Darrell's blog entry:
"when I want to focus on the domain problem and not the implementation in curly braces, End If's, or angle brackets, dynamic languages are a (good) answer."

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