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I now understand why people say python is such a damn hard language to keep big projects. I'm so hell lost in all those code indentations and lack of conventions!!!!
GET ME BACK TO RUBY PLEASE I BEG AAAAAAA4
I should never have had porn while monitoring servers. I've just pasted a xvideos link into terminal 😶
Damn, I just hope there is a command to clear the terminal history11
Last week me and my friend have been changed from a legacy PHP project to new Ruby on Rails-based setup. What, in first instance, looked like a great improvement, now becomes a nightmare.
All this convention-over-configuration is awesome - but only if you already know the conventions, or if somebody told'em to you.
And everything is going even more out of control because the damn project is based upon Spree gem and several other extensions, that MUST be changed to meet out company needs.
I'm getting really mad with all this pressure. Ruby seems to be a great language, but I'd rather be working with Laravel. Its overall organization, the centralization of CLI commands in artisan, and the astoundingly clear, eloquent, direct and well-designed documentation made my adoption curve there a little more pleasant.
I mean, legacy PHP systems are awful, but Laravel framework sounds way more easy-to-learn and well-constructed when compared to rails.
But given all this nightmare, I really want to be proved the opposite.1
Sometimes it seems kind of paradoxal to think that us, developers, feel crazy and excited about doing things with bigdata, artificial inteligence and so on, but at the same time we hate to be tracked and studied by large corps - using, many times, equivalent tools
Stuck here with PHP doing his PHPices and just get to think about something really important... If two cats starts to fight is this a CATastrophe? Ok, better fix this amazing SQL exception.