Been a guest here, a poster here, I asked tones of questions, got double-tones of answers, I believe I helped few, too.
I even bought a book from you guys, cannot say what it was but thank you, Rudy
I have been coding all sorts of websites, I finally got to be specialized in creating CMSs, each one technically so specified to do this or that, so no templates were used.
Been working for this company where OOP is a must. The boss knew I wasn’t comfortable with the idea of OOP, so he gave me the chance to learn it, wihch I will be eternally thankful for - no questions asked.
Last weekend I had this job where my task was to change few simple things. Simple, huh!
It took me straight THREE hours to determine what was wrong. Why?
Well, there was config, which then called this index, then ‘THIS’ called that, ‘THAT’ called this, ‘THIS’ called that…
I am calm, still.
I am being told the OOP works like a human brains, so it is so easy to adapt to it, cus it’s logical.
Uhm… Iam… rGH… Gin…
Now I am LOST.
Explain to me WHERE the above flow of info is LOGICAL?!?! and WHERE?!!?!
HOW the hell IS THAT LOGICAL?
Logic is here:
I go to Wallmart. I go to isle 4, where the books on ‘why you should use OOP’ are. Done.
My brain works like that.
I go to San Fransico, then I go to A Walmart, then I go to the Walmart I live next to, I go through another eleven functions and HEY!! ‘why you should use OOP’ is really here.
My brain SHOULD work like this.
CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME why OOP does make sense?!?!