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Do Frameworks Fail? When?
December 29, 2009 @ 11:27:35

With all of the good things that frameworks can provide, there's still some bad that can come with them. In this recent post from Developr.com Jayesh Kitukale mentions a few of these downfalls.

Before reading this post, please note that the author of this blog is an entrepreneur who has turned to business from the technical background. The views and opinions have strong relevance to this fact. Anyone who is purely technical or managerial may not agree with some or all points noted in the article.

He touches on three problem areas - the learning curve, how efficient the code can be and the total cost of ownership that can come with it. He also points out some of the things that a good framework should strive for including that it be cost effective and make is faster for you to deliver your product to market.

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