Of interest to the OOP

The   object-oriented programming (OOP), or   object-oriented programming, is a   paradigm   of   computer programming   developed by the Norwegians   Ole Dahl -Johan   and   Kristen Nygaard   in the early 1960s and continued by the work of the American   Alan Kay   in the 1970s. It consists of the definition and interaction of software bricks called   objects   ; an object represents a concept, an idea or any entity of the physical world, such as a car, a person or a page…

The challenges of digital maturity for Côte d’Ivoire

In a world in perpetual evolution, nations must constantly face new challenges. In this age, digital is a major challenge for humanity. The many technological innovations that the world is facing are pushing countries that have not yet taken the right steps to accelerate the pace, at the risk of increasing technological disparities with the…