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Discussion on: Illusion of differences between Operating Systems, Programming Languages and Web Frameworks

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Lauri Ojansivu Author

Changing to use new wheel is hugely expensive, it would take many years. I prefer to fix my current wheel, it's so much cheaper.

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"Yes, I tried them all", well, why? why you didn't use your first language/framework?, you are expecting "noobs" to do what you "not noob" do now. Exploring is a natural neccessary part of a person development and the wheel sometimes has to be reivented, why kids have to learn how to write? why don't they just write books? as you quoted the Matrix, let me try "some things can't be told, has to be seen". And let me add, Angular and Go are wheels reinvented it's not C with plain HTML, CSS and JS.

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Lauri Ojansivu Author

Yes, exploring and reinventing is great!

I did try other programming languages and frameworks, because I'm trying to find "the one", that makes development easier, faster, and simpler. The one that is not "build a house in 4 years".

When building current Kanban software, 4 years is just at getting started. I would like to have some faster flying capabilities.

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Lauri Ojansivu Author

I did try all of them, to see can I easily get to same feature set as that currently Wekan has, and beyond. Every time, I did get stuck at something at the beginning. So I'm still trying to find "the one".