Having dealt with code of the ObjectModelAdapterFactoryBuilderInterfaceFacade variety before, I of course find Stevey’s comments about Java to be spot on.
Sun Microsystems Demands University Study Retraction
The University of Washington, apparently hoping to capitalize on the recent hype around their controversial study on Baby Einsteinâ„¢-style videos, followed up yesterday with another, similar study. In the new study, researchers found that Java programmers understand an average of seven fewer Computer Science concepts per hour spent with Java each day compared to similar programmers using other languages. Sun calls the study “seriously flawed”, citing the fact that you can combine the names of Gang of Four Design Patterns to form new Computer Science concepts that all Java programmers understand, such as the ObserverFactoryBridge, the BridgeFactoryObserver, and the well-known FactoryObserverBridgeChainOfCommandSingletonProxy, beloved of Java programmers everywhere. Java experts at Sun say they’re not sure how many combinations there are of the twenty-three pattern names, but there are “definitely a lot of them.”