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Nice writeup of Cocoa delegation and notification
Thursday, September 15, 2005

This should be not much news to seasoned Lispers but it's a good write-up by Eric Buck:

Sometimes, however, loose integration and a loose coupling are better. Although subclassing is a powerful reuse tool, it is ironic that subclassing can also increase one of the most common obstacles to reuse, namely the unnecessarily tight coupling of code.

The challenge is staying loose while staying correct.


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