First, there are always trade offs for every set of two given technologies. One has a better compiler, the other a faster start-up, one has a friendlier community, the other a better documentation, one is battle-tested for years, the other has that one great feature.
You never know for what reason people choose a technology.
Second, it’s about how to communicate that. Even if there is some piece of technology that is commonly known to be “a bad choice”, most often, people are well aware of that fact. Telling them again and again will only make them feel bad.
I agree if "always" is replaced by "often" or lesser.
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