eHype. ⇒

    5 April 2005, late afternoon

"This weekend I dove head first into Ruby and Ruby on Rails. I get the Hype. The Hype is warranted."

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  1. so i read some docs over today. i’m so not convinced this lives up to the hype. i felt like I was reading over old ASP code with a fancy O/R mapper.

    I am a fan on how rigid the configuration is but I’m still not sold on this being used in anything remotely “complicated”. I think as soon as you incounter a design issue that doesn’t work in the rails structure you’ll be writing endless hacks around it.

    Either way, i shall read more.

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