Current OOP reading.

I have a really big problem with OOP, there is no documentation for intermediate level unix geeks (I feel like being like that.), everything I read is whether too easy and then important information is distilled during 200 pages or more, so I get lost, whether for already skilled programmers and so nothing is explained on how it works.

I’m currently reading, Hugues Bersini’s “La Programmation Orientee Objet”, it’s saddly the same thing, informations are distilled inside too many pages with examples like “cars have wheels and stuff”. I should maybe go further in that book, but maaan it’s really annoying.

… and it’s in french! I can’t bear reading technical things in french it’s awkward.

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