|dblack on 26 Jul 2006 15:04:13 -0000|
On Wed, 26 Jul 2006, Andrew Langman wrote:
So far I'm liking Rails, but our applications are small, and load is not an issue. What do the more experienced Rails developers on the group think of this (or similar, better-written criticisms):
My experience is that things like speed, resource usage, Unicode, and all the rest of it are talked about and analyzed and worked on constantly by people in the Ruby and Rails world(s). I'm not sure where the idea comes from that we're all smug and complacent, and that seems to be the message he's most eager to put across.
He evidently doesn't like Rails, so I think the correct solution for him would be not to use it.
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