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    .Net vs Java - YouTube

    Disclaimer: I didn't post this with the intention of starting a flamewar. I myself am _not_ a Java fan, but I think this video is great anyway.
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    2.41 on this video there is a cut scene

    When the video was uploaded it was my first year in University,so i had seen it all

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    ^_^

    I'd plead to surfing pr0n too.

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    Why do I find this vid curiously resembling religious conflicts, just with altered words?!

    Don't mind me, I don't want to start an even more flamed debate here...
    Devoted my life to programming...

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    Found the one with the scene :-p

    Java vs Microsoft .NET Trailer - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by GReaper View Post
    Why do I find this vid curiously resembling religious conflicts, just with altered words?!

    Don't mind me, I don't want to start an even more flamed debate here...
    No? I think the video is trying to say that Java is gay. Think about that pink cowboy hat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteflags View Post
    No? I think the video is trying to say that Java is gay. Think about that pink cowboy hat.
    probably not

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    This is funnier than that video - http://tinyurl.com/3oa8qf3

    Kidding, but I am glad that in my job I get to work with both Java/Spring and .NET. Keepin' my game tight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DISGUISED View Post
    This is funnier than that video - AbstractSingletonProxyFactoryBean (Spring Framework API 2.5)

    Kidding, but I am glad that in my job I get to work with both Java/Spring and .NET. Keepin' my game tight.
    That's a nice name!

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    AbstractSingletonProxyFactoryBean - I think that's the kind of thing made me go back to straight C for a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fordy View Post
    AbstractSingletonProxyFactoryBean
    Generally i think it is good to give as much sort and as much descriptive names,making us after some time and other people who read our code,understand what the class/function/whatever is intended to do,without having to see the ref to figure out what is happening

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    Quote Originally Posted by std10093
    Generally i think it is good to give as much sort and as much descriptive names
    There are no beans in programming
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    What would that be in hungarian notation?

    AbstractSingletonProxyFactoryBean objAbstSngtnPxyFctyBnMainFactoryBean;
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    Quote Originally Posted by whiteflags View Post
    There are no beans in programming
    Well, in Java, there is (wiki says so)... but from a C++ perspective that seems to be collection of rather bad design decisions and buzzwords!
    Last edited by manasij7479; 10-01-2012 at 09:48 PM.
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    To me it seems like a case of excessive abstraction rather than a naming problem. Much like in C where it can be tempting to go over board with optimization, in OOP languages, swap that with abstraction. Let's look at that name: AbstractSingletonProxyFactoryBean, what is that thing and why do I need it.
    Last edited by Subsonics; 10-01-2012 at 10:16 PM.

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