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Public Static Void

A talk by Rob Pike at OSCON 2010

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July 22, 2010 5:45 AM

Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon

Object-oriented programming began, back in the 1960s with Simula, as a way to describe the behavior of interacting items - objects. It was purified through languages such as Smalltalk, in which everything is an object and every operation a message send, a clear and beautiful model. But then something went very wrong.

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