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GeneralWhy I like C++ Pin
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That's not limited to C++. I have encountered four different types, what architecture and class design are concerned:

1) Archi... what? (perfect chaos)

2) Get the job done and worry about future problems when they arise.

3) Must use every pattern in the book at least once in every project. And at least one or two of my own.

4) Software as a religion, with the one and only way to do things. All others lead straight to hell. (Strict order, but absolutely helpless when something happens that is not dealt with in their particular bible)

How do you want it?
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