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I also strongly suggest you learn how Moose and Moo work. They bring a sane object system into the Perl land and have some very, very good developers working on them.

Moo/Moose later :)

I think its better to first learn why/when/what/whichway ... and only later deal with mechanics/implementation/how-details like moo/moose/badger...bless

To wit /

  • The Object-Oriented Thought Process
  • Moving from Procedural to Object-Oriented Development
  • Object Relationships
  • Thinking in Objects
  • Furthering the Object-Oriented Mindset
  • Exploring Encapsulation
  • Hiding Data within Object-Oriented Programming
  • Protecting Data through Object Oriented Programming
  • Putting an Object in a Safe State
  • The Components of a Class
  • The Evolution of Object-Oriented Languages
  • Object Responsibility
  • Object Construction
  • Inside Constructors
  • Encapsulation vs. Inheritance
  • Packaging Objects to Preserve Encapsulation
  • Object Signatures
  • Object Serialization
  • Connecting to a Database with JDBC
  • Using More Advanced JDBC Features
  • Serializing an Object via a Client/Server Connection
  • Objects and Client/Server Connections
  • Primitives and Object Wrappers
  • Objects and Collections
  • Objects and Collections: Vectors
  • Objects and Collections: ArrayLists
  • Objects and Interfaces
  • Designing with Interfaces and Abstract Classes

Building Skills in Object-Oriented Design S.Lott Building Skills in Object-Oriented Design Step-by-Step Construction of A Complete Application Roulette / Craps / Blackjack / Testing

Why yes, this is just an opportunity to link some new-to-me stuff I found :)

In reply to Re^2: High level OOP query ( Building Skills Object-Oriented Design Mindset Development ) by Anonymous Monk
in thread High level OOP query by packetstormer

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