* npm's build tools
* how easy it is to share small apps
* the speed of development when you keep things simple
* culture of fashion trends
* flavor of the month complex framework
* brittleness of package system due to the two points above
* needless complexity
* defensiveness from the fashion trenders when you mention the needless complexity
Where we learn that most plastic is not recyclable
Claiming it was recyclable was a beautiful lie. A lie funded by the US plastic industry 🌈
I fond myself saying, "I want to use Pharo for the aesthetic experience". Valid for personal projects. Not a valid business reason
PSA: using an ORM is not a substitute for understanding the SQL it generates. It is also not magically the cause or solution to all of your database woes. Learning your tools well pays dividends.
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