Monthly Archives: February 2016

Data structures and Domain Driven Design

After listening to a presentation about Domain Driven Security, I got some additional insights about what a data structure (as opposed to OOP object) should be able to do. Data structures (I call them struct) should have a subset of … Continue reading

Posted in programming | Leave a comment

Objects vs. data structures

Several popular statically typed programming languages, including C++, Java and C#, have a serious design flaw. They make no useful distinction between objects in the OOP sense and plain data structures. A plain data structure should only be a dumb … Continue reading

Posted in Java, programming | 2 Comments