Ruby on Rails Advocacy

July 12, 2011

These kind of articles are, I guess, fun to write, but do they really help in the spread of Ruby on Rails? If the idea is to convince .NET developers and development teams that switching to Ruby on Rails is a good thing, then a better use of one’s time would be to switch gears […]

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Cross‐Platform is Not That Important

November 22, 2009

Dave Nicolette asks about C# versus Java: Consider two hypothetical programming languages such that: Language A Supports closures, and Can only run on one platform, so that customers who use the language for mission‐critical apps are locked into a single operating system vendor. Language B Doesn’t support closures, and Runs on all mainstream platforms, so […]

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