STM — Why mainstraims languages don’t profit from STM

It’s Sunday morning and I’m reading old blog posts about programming languages. While doing that I’ve come across a great summary of the reasons why STM requires a functional programming style in order to pay off.

The problem with STM: your languages still suck

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One Response to STM — Why mainstraims languages don’t profit from STM

  1. Agustin says:

    The programming lggauane for iPhone is Objective-C, not C, not C++. Although Objective-C and c/c++ are alike, you don’t need to know C/C++ before learning Objective-C.You need to know OOP (Object Oriented Programming) and MVC (Model View Controller) concepts.Once you learned how to program in Objective-C, you can dive in iPhone SDK and start to develop real iPhone programs.iPad SDK is essentially the same as iPhone SDK.

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