Programming Paradigm Convergence.

I can already see it in JS and C#. Both have functional/OO aspects and keep growing more similar in terms of language features.

I'd rather see OOP die a fast and horrible death though 🤷‍♂️

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    ECMAScript is becoming a C# fan on a daily basis. In all honesty, the only convergence I'm seeing is with object-orientated programming employing functional programming to realise the primaries of object-oriented programming. I agree. I would like to see enterprise OOP die a painful death even though the dinosaur nature of OOP means COBOL will become functional
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    Really? I prefer OOP for some things. Some things are more dry as OOP.
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    @Codex404 I'd rather simulate OOP in an FP environment than the other way round. Where do you prefer OOP for exams? For me it's with simulations.
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    @MoonOwl game development
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    OOP isn't going anywhere
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    I agree. It's not going anywhere, but maybe for select use cases it will.

    I mean we already only use class state for handling DI in our enterprise applications so as to minimize side effects and not complicate our unit tests.
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