Descriptive Programming vs. Object Repositories

Recently I’ve been seeing an interesting trend in the scripting world concerning the overuse of descriptive programming (DP). There are many instances when the use of DP is absolutely necessary, and times when it is simply not needed. DP should only be used when you have dynamic objects. There seems to be a trend where anytime an object has a changing property DP is immediately used. Remember, you can use regular expressions in the repository.

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