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Published on Dec 7, 2011
Lecture about OOP given by Smalltalk Developer Dan Ingalls.
Even in our days, where object-oriented programming is widely accepted, it is still not very well understood by most people. Here's a summary of the lecture, given by Dan Ingal (who worked in Alan Kay's Smalltalk group): *State-of-the-art: Procedures and data structures *Architecture problems faced by structured programming. *Message system of Smalltalk for invoking methods of an object. *Inheritance and polymorphism *Automatic storage management (garbage collector). *Examples, how applying OO makes development easier (GUI, compiler, debugger). *Exception Handling At the end, Dan Ingal is interviewed by David Ungar