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DHH
Is this really what modern web app development looks like to people these days? We truly are living through the dark ages. The boiler plating, the low-level distractions, the raw pool handling + sql, the configuration situps. Lordy.
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Andrew Kelley May 6
Replying to @dhh
idk what is "dark ages" about access to more powerful and capable APIs, which are more suited towards real-time, low-latency services. I've used both Ruby on Rails and Node.js professionally before. It's not even close. Rails is child's toy compared to Node.js.
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DHH May 6
Replying to @andy_kelley
I love toys! I never understood why programmers saw that as some sort of insult. If I didn't have fun playing with my programming toys, I wouldn't be programming at all. But I guess I'm not that big on being Mr Professional either so 🤷‍♂️😂
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Jeff Geerling May 6
Replying to @dhh
One word: Javascript. Woo!
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quaranToby May 6
Replying to @geerlingguy @dhh
JavaScript has nothing to do with bad software design.
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Leo May 6
Replying to @dhh
No.
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Alfredo Sumaran May 6
Replying to @dhh
looks like a quick demo
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30-50 Feral Hogs on your timeline May 6
Replying to @asumaran @dhh
So that is precisely when you want to use a framework to remove or the boilerplate.
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Adam Rackis May 6
Replying to @dhh
That's as far from modern web app development as you can get. I wouldn't base much on this pic.
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Prashanth May 6
Replying to @dhh
Following thread
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