Don't Distract New Programmers with OOP

When you’re trying to help someone learn how to go from a problem statement to working code, the last thing you want is to get them sidetracked by faux-engineering busywork. Some people are going to run with those scraps of OO knowledge and build crazy class hierarchies and end up not as focused on on what they should be learning. Other people are going to lose interest because there’s a layer of extra nonsense that makes programming even more cumbersome.

via prog21: Don’t Distract New Programmers with OOP.

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