Learning to Fly: Lesson 6

It’s been over a month since my last flying lesson, since the unfortunate accident involving the Reims-Cessna F150H (a Cessna 150 built under license in France), which I had only just started to grips with. The flight school acquired another F150H, a 1968 model registration G-AWUJ, which had just been

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Public Property Setters Can Get In The Sea

I’m an unapologetic advocate of Object-oriented programming (OOP) and if you’re using an OOP programming framework I’m here to argue the case for burning your public property setters with napalm fire. As you probably know if you’re reading this, OOP is the discipline of expressing concepts as objects in code.

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