Publications: Misconceptions

Just Thinking

Are you aware of the way you usually think? Although this question may sound a little weird – even inappropriate perhaps, it is not. Why? Reaching a real level of understanding of the information presented on this website requires you … Continue reading

Object Orientation’s Credentials

Who are you? Can you give me a description? Ruis [1] answers this question by describing himself as a… hole. And a hole, as you know, always needs ‘things’ around it to be able to manifest itself as a hole. … Continue reading

A Faster Horse

Henry Ford once said [1]: “If I’d asked my customers what they wanted, they’d have said a faster horse.” Ford had something ‘rather’ different in mind. It was an idea that was almost incomprehensible – at that time. By now … Continue reading