January 28, 2012
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I would ask those who champion frameworks over some other methodology, to be open to the possibility that maybe they’ve encountered a lot of poorly designed non-framework applications.
There’s probably an unrealized consensus on the topic: people have said repeatedly in one way or another that a framework lets people do things easier or faster or there’s more people that can step in and be productive with it, as opposed to a custom-designed system.
It reminds me of the youTube I saw where the experienced telegraph operator gets his message through a couple seconds before the champion texter.
I won’t point out the implications, but they’re real, and bad.