I'm not experienced enough in multiple OO languages but I do have a
request for whoever does step up to the plate. Please mention the
direction of the arrows between classes and subclasses like Raymond
Hettinger did at 17:25. Instead of having the arrows flowing from
classes to subclasses as is traditional (indicating that the actor is
the parent, and the child is primarily a passive recipient) show them
the other way, emphasising the way the children use resources from the
parents/grandparents. From the slide: "The pointer means 'I delegate
work to this class'".
All the best, Grant
On 18/07/12 07:53, Thomi Richards wrote:
> This would be an excellent lightning talk to give at Kiwi PyCon 2012.
> I encourage someone to condense this into a 5 minute talk!
> Thomi Richards
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