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Who has this person in office?

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  • 6
    Welcome to devRant
  • 27
    Interviewed with a place last month
    Qoute
    "We dont usually use 3rd parties and prefer 2 write our own"

    Congratulations Fuck head u a fan of rewriting the wheel,

    Queue me moonwalking the Fuck outa that joint
  • 2
    "we don't like Entity Framework, let's build our own ORM"...

    True story...
  • 0
    @Greggergalactic angular 4 tho
  • 6
    Sry to tell you, but sometimes, a large framework is either not useful or not necessary.
  • 0
    Angular 2? ;(
  • 1
    Polymer
  • 0
    I am that person most of the time
  • 0
    If you're using a rare programming language you have no other choice than do most parts you need by yourself.
    For example smalltalk 😉🙃
  • 0
    @dots Smalltalk got shut down over 30 years ago, I don't think people are still using it. And if they do: my dearest condolences, it's an awful language
  • 1
    I build frameworks on top of frameworks? (like within an app)
  • 0
    Just another case of Big Framework propaganda, keeping you all under control! On a more serious note, I've been digging ReactJS lately.
  • 1
    @Krokoklemme some parts are complicated yes, but never experienced such a nice debugging and it's the base of real OOP nonetheless.
  • 1
    @dots to be honest: I was intrigued to try it out myself too, but I can't seem to find the tools for the development and also it just has too many quirks for me (e.g not even following basic mathematical rules)
  • 0
    ExtJS anyone? *shudders*
  • 0
    I don't think reinventing the wheel is good but I think all third party libraries and frameworks should be weighed against the projects needs. If you only need a small part of a framework or library then maybe rolling your own targeted version is a better option.
  • 1
    This is not how this meme work
  • 0
    Yaaawz
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