Signs of problems with the object oriented paradigm.
1. Code is too bloated. code is too repetitive, code is too low level.
2. Businesses to not reuse application code, applications get rewritten instead. Businesses have contempt for continuous improvement of the application because they know they will replace it in a few years.
3. The next level of development (information) is flat out missing on the internet, the fields/professions/job titles for people that do this work do not exist.
Not that the object oriented paradigm is wrong, it just gets used too universally for too many problems
it is like a golden hammer. It works fine for data. It suffers when used for information.