Thursday, November 24, 2005

I've just lost my passion for Ruby...

Yes, it’s true. Right now, Ruby just doesn’t push my buttons – Sure, it’s a wiggy little product from japan, which gives it almost instant kudos. But, right now I want more then just the basics. With PHP I’m able to very quickly throw some very advanced features into my new sites which in Ruby on Rails I would have great difficulty in, because I don’t know enought about the “out of sight” bits that you never need to bother with for a basic application.

In time, I may revisit it if I need to throw a basic database driven site together, but for more advanced things, PHP just let me get results much faster, and which I’m much happier with as a whole.

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At 6:28 am, Blogger Marc said...

You might consider using Ruby without Rails. Rails adds all kinds of stuff that is hard to digest and not needed for every app.

Ruby seems to me to be a bit more elegant than PHP, but I actually have a lot more experience with PHP than Ruby and know how to get things done with it. Ruby is really intriguing though as it has lots of neat functional programming features.

-Marc

 

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