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[nycphp-talk] Frameworks - Which best fits my development style?

Jon Baer jonbaer at jonbaer.com
Wed Aug 22 19:29:12 EDT 2007


I find the fact that if something does go wrong in a framework(ed)  
environment you know *exactly* where to look (even if the project is  
not yours) so its normally the debugging aspect of the project I look  
@ first.

Also I think the IDEs are going to (or should) accommodate more and  
more frameworks in the future which is where the quick agile  
development will really be.

- Jon

On Aug 22, 2007, at 5:57 PM, Ajai Khattri wrote:

> On Wed, 22 Aug 2007, David Merryweather wrote:
>
>> It takes some practice for many programmers because it isn't a  
>> natural
>> transition, but if you can take off the programmer hat and look at  
>> your
>> projects from the problem and solution domain instead, you will  
>> find that
>> these frameworks begin to fit your new thinking.
>
> Absolutely - not having to deal with writing a whole database  
> abstraction
> or ORM layer really frees you to concentrate more on the business  
> logic
> and flow of the application.
>
>
> -- 
> Aj.
>
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