Please present your opinion and reasoning - I would encourage people to vote for opinions which are well-argued and interesting, whether or not you happen to agree with them.
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Children prefer to spend a lot of time chatting online with their friends or hanging out at the beach.
After school many children also do different chores about the house or they may SL 3) I n h o m e g r o u p s .
Too many people jumping on too many bandwagons and trying to force methods, patterns, frameworks etc onto things that don't warrant them.
Just because something is new, or because someone respected has an opinion, doesn't mean it fits all :) EDIT: Just to clarify - I don't think people should ignore best practices, valued opinions etc.
During the summer holidays children go to camps where they have lots of activities and learn different skills.sports during the year.
Most girls choose netball,* and boys often choose rugby* or cricket.
Often schools have bands, choirs and sports for boys and girls.
The idea for this question came from the comment thread from my answer to the "What are five things you hate about your favorite language? I contended that classes in C# should be sealed by default - I won't put my reasoning in the question, but I might write a fuller explanation as an answer to this question.
I was surprised at the heat of the discussion in the comments (25 comments currently). I'd rather avoid the kind of thing which ends up being pretty religious with relatively little basis (e.g.
Yes, I know it offends some people out there that their years of intense memorization and/or glorious stacks of programming books are starting to fall by the wayside to a resource that anyone can access within seconds, but you shouldn't hold that against people that use it.
Too often I hear googling answers to problems the result of criticism, and it really is without sense.