In this tutorial you will explore OOP in a way that'll start you on the fast track to polished OOP skills.
Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) tutorials are generally bogged down with programming theory and large metaphysical words such as encapsulation, inheritance and abstraction. They attempt to explain things by comparing code samples to microwaves or automobiles, which only serves to confuse the reader more.
But even when all the hype and mystique that surrounds OOP has been stripped away, you'll find it is indeed a good thing. I won't list reasons why... I don't want this to be another cookie-cutter tutorial that only serves to confuse you. Instead, we'll explore OOP in a way that'll start you on the fast track to polished OOP skills. As you grow in confidence with your skills and begin to use them more in your projects, you'll most likely form your own list of benefits.