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Wojciech Sznapka:
Software developers care too much about tools
April 29, 2014 @ 09:17:24

In his latest post Wojciech Sznapka suggests that software developers care too much about tools and not enough about software quality and structure.

Lately I see perilous situation in software development area. There are plenty of good devs so much bounded to tools. By tools, I mean mostly frameworks. [...] First of all, we all need to admit, that quality of modern MVC framework raised a lot, comparing with state of things few years ago. [...] On the other hand, there's huge temptation to write own frameworks, ignoring the great work of community.

He talks about more of the benefits of using a framework but instead of being dependent on it for your application, make it just another tool. He recommends quality, decoupled and well-designed code separate from the framework. Additionally, he suggests using things like domain driven design to encourage reusability and accurately modeled business needs in the code.

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Link: http://blog.sznapka.pl/software-developers-care-too-much-about-tools

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