What made our thinking and communication more effective

In office, we work on new and innovative stuff daily. This involves frequent thinking, communicating and responding. All of these are iterative in nature and must go on until the desired result is achieved. Iteration is good as it is expected to add value, brings in variation in thoughts and invites constructive critique. Agile methodology … Continue reading What made our thinking and communication more effective

The unusual approach to Object Oriented Programming

OOPs often bowls over even really good coders. If it doesn’t then probably it is being used without understanding it – hence using it incorrectly. Often this beautiful concept is taught in a very theoretical way, with vague not-so-real references to real-world objects. This haunted the coders that were new to OOPs, but not now. Read on. Continue reading The unusual approach to Object Oriented Programming