I blog about a book by Paul Wilson yesterday and got a comment from my friend - Paul Wilson in a couple of hours. (2 x Thanks to PaulS)
Essentially, I learned 2 new vocab from that book :-
i) Deadline-Oriented Person : There're many Object Oriented Person here, right? That mean everything in their mind would look like an object, or entity, so an application or solution can isolate or relate different objects - object based. So, how many of them are 'deadline' base person? :)
ii) Information Overload : A modern version of New York Times is different from the one in 10 years ago (2 methods with the same name can perform differently due to difference in functionality and signature - by overloading)
I think information is really overloaded at this age, especially in the world of .NET . We see, learn, discover, unleash its power every day; tens of articles, reviews, component published every day. Even the fastest spread-reader can't read all of these information within 24 hours, again and again.
The author stated 2 choices to this case:
2. Read the information selectively in discipline