I agree a lot with the approach of building a working prototype and building up on it to make it more a more maintainable and structured system. So many hours are wasted choosing technologies before you even know what your project requires. How many times have you heard someone say: choose a framework, then build a website? What people don't often realize, it's often best for you to just choose whatever you already know and start creating your project, and once you need to simplify your work, then include the libraries that will help you. So, yes, we should start creating and not be stalled, even if what we're creating is a bit dirty.
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