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re: Thanks for sharing this, Ben. I'm with you! I just love that dev.to is a Rails app (or to paraphrase you, an app that contains a lot of Rails). It'...
 

We can do more in the same time.

This is arguable. I would say, in the first month after the first commit—definitely yes.

But the thing is the technical debt in Rails (in my experience) grows exponentially, while Elixir literally encourages producing a good code, making the tech debt growth logarithmic if not constant.

I have an experience with both and Elixir is the language of choice for everything save for prototypes that would be thrown away in any case.

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