Whoa! Two days in a row, I’ve found some good posts worth sharing! Today’s article presents somewhat of a counterpoint to an older blog post I’d read about classes never being named after what they do, but what they are; that they should always be actual objects in the real world. I never could quite bring myself to accept what this person had said, especially about Factories being a bad thing (I wish I could show you guys the article). Now, this new article actually articulates a defense against the opposite. I hope you all enjoy it!
Reblog: OO Design is More About ‘Doing’ than ‘Being’