30 May '16, 10pm

going from a monolithic single-app system to SOA, but at the library level.

This is a follow-up to the discussion that was started last week after I published “My time with Rails is up” . Since this article received a lot of feedback, over 1000 comments on various sites and even more tweets, despite my greatest efforts, I didn’t manage to reply to everything. Many people were confused about some of the arguments, as I didn’t do a good job at providing proper context and making certain things clearer. This has caused incorrect interpretation of what I tried to explain. Before I get to the actual subject of this post - abstractions and the role of a framework, I’d like to clear the air a little bit as many people, who were lacking my specific context, came to really bad conclusions. First of all, the post I wrote wasn’t anti-rails or anti-frameworks in general . I explicitly wrote that Rails is here to stay and there are lots of good use cases for i...

Full article: http://solnic.eu/2016/05/30/abstractions-and-the-role-of-...

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