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In this episode we talk about language bias. We’ve probably all gotten into an argument about how our chosen technology is better than a coworkers chosen technology. But are any of them actually better? We think it is a more complicated question than it seems.
There's no command-line git vs UI git. There's no var vs explicit type. There's no mouse vs keyboard. There's no event souring vs crud. There's no micro-services vs monoliths. There's no SQL vs NoSQL…..
Great professionals use the right tool for the right job.
— Dennis Doomen (@ddoomen) April 17, 2019
Every language has a reason for existing, a purpse, etc. No need to bash a language you’re not using.
“Tempting Time” by Animals As Leaders used with permissions – All Rights Reserved
An International Speaker, Author, and Microsoft MVP, John has been a professional developer since 1999. He has focused primarily on web technologies and currently focuses on C# and .NET Core in Azure. Clean code and professionalism are particularly important to him, as well as mentoring and teaching others what he has learned along the way.