Rob Conery is right about Rails, but that doesn't change anything

Posted by: .Avery Blog, on 11 Oct 2007 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

This morning I read a post from Rob Conery about Ruby on Rails and I think that while many of his points are valid they can be applied to any technology or platform. It's easy to fall in love with a technology and then when you find out it isn't perfect there is some backlash, no framework/technology/person/company is perfect. I think all of the problems Rob talks about can be found in just about any technology or language.First Rob brings up DHH. I would rather have one foul-mouthed opinionated...

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