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and is that you know that the other end of the day probably get started I think this is a this is a good group I think I everybody here is ready ready for a nap nice soothing relaxing experience in literally every conference talk given had been scheduled directly after much say 1 and I the 1st 2 times 3 times like this obviously coincidence like nobody like you know and have that scandals together but I think there were like in that guy that talks like he's on crack with put him after lunch I think there may be like a conspiracy afoot here so
I we're here to have a little different today I'm velocity well here from Austin staff solid contingent people who felt pressure to be here because they know me or something I want people you know think of Austin at the Boston we're where we not and don't see that there is like saying San Fran examples of view of the recently passed without saying breakfast doctors that the but the actual phrase from this today we're here to learn
about factorize reactant here so everyone forget everything you know about web development you're about your mind blowing they have their own LaTeCH death
up learning need that doctor in reactor over OK sigh everyone I forget everything I may or may not have taught you inadvertently about doctrine reacts according to happen use I am now going to
show you how to web Packer L that it's the 1st thing that you need to do to get to Hello world in well packing you're l properties His surface me and I don't know what any
of those words are that you are looking actually for that but a lot of thought leaders have taught me to use your insecurities to sell things to and so that's exactly what I'm here to do today and I take your insecurities amount would sell you things but 1st let's
talk a little bit about like crises a mid life crisis is complicated but some of you are going through right now but it's basically when you face your mortality use decide to start making some rash decisions this is my dad when he was just a
shade younger the and he shares my enthusiasm for the facts this is his brother but my
dad with full-blown in like crisis about the red sports car he traveled the world he got remarried he moved his whole family across the country I think is web
developers of our knowledge expires so rapidly that we started fixating on its mortality almost all the time and that leads us to start making some so if you knew really or you just
love it I bring you the word of comfort regarding your career but if you're lucky enough to feel comfortable with it then I also bring you a word of caution since the web tensor
reinvent itself every 45 seconds it's tough to think past the framework that were supposed to learn or they become permanently and immediately unemployable so I Brandon I run the front
side of the road is a pretty special stuff there I work in a catchy slogan can get that message out to people and open feedback resource spit balling here and you the but this is thus a little over a year ago
we've always been like this really tight-knit group of folks trying to help each other teach each other make each other feel awkward in Photoshop the we've grown since then opposition
is the same we build great software and we
have like to work in jobs that were built in patients from its probabilities over for that which is a JavaScript framework that's famous for being authored by nearsighted cancer but it was when I was 1st learning Amber that I started noticing a pattern that I would like to share with you so let's talk about the state of web development
today and make some predictions explore that
so all that globally actually make a prediction if you try to keep up with the pace of new tools languages frameworks yeah and so sad but they
pinpoint 1 how are you supposed to stay on top of new tools much less the value so
Amber is about 4 and half years old other frameworks have come a long since then more than a
few framework to come along with it and so ask in what universe can there be 24 best frameworks really let's on you will be using the word that's the little little was
there so you just sit there and stare at all these choices like an open free to the about a mystery crack in Tupperware containers right like movement of those look very appetizing and people talk about this stuff like I'm supposed to know what these things are exposed to evaluate all that but I haven't heard of half so maybe I'm getting too old and maybe web development has run over in my head my midlife crisis and I need to go buy a sports car and become a manager something out of that can tell you that this thing starts feeling sad silica traveling the with a
mean-spirited trend that is always said just at here faster than you can actually run the cool set up this ecosystem was designed by like a sadist an entire industry just to torture OS web developers at the 2nd the point is
that what you do actually decide on a stack this is no way that you have to live up to expectations of
accumulating 20 years for new Indiana Jones movies and it's about aliens
whose treasure is knowledge of a
so let's say you did pick a tool that is isn't about dealing with I talked about would these are right everybody is fine
but it but when it comes to and actually
step you pull out that doing and it falls falls apart on right sitting minutes now takes days and
documentations really scarce and you dive into the source code all this and see whether it's a bug in the 2 of you just an idiot so the 3rd pay point is it never seems
safe to fall in love with your technology but we're here because we love really right up a never feel safe to fall of with your tools that let my grandpa the same PyCon writers stop at 30 years to build houses and you don't get to keep a tool for 30 marks so I checked
Google Trends actually on this actually before that I can I have some unsettling news rails the thing naked we did everything we can we tried giving website support but consists of sorry the injuries sustained from there were just too
great I then it is always the hardest part of the job a C at the crossroads
rails has it so my sequel of it I
it that so long ago only you old-timers you remember what that was back relational databases on my right as you go about those some time to remember that
poor poor my sequel dolphin so my favorite
fronted framework got him last year because an library so what am I supposed to do now that actually is in a little
bit of disputes sensitive for your JavaScript framework it was well past life expectancy and it could just as easily die from old age so I would ever
come to march and James Kyle the creator allergy as more with us at this giant funeral for ever it and I think
everybody will remember where they were when they heard that really had died it almost almost makes he feels like a little guilty for all the time dancing on jobless so
the is this process restarted again a pattern here this process is totally predictable it's so predictable in fact there is actually a chart for there's a company called gotta
get a lot of money by a lot of large companies to chart where these tetrads follow along this axis every year and none of these things actually did die
today turns out what is gained popularity technology is harder to get rid of the Stevenson also pay and so what
we do is we would try to get from a higher state of pain to or lower and something comes along that addresses and promises and some case actually creates this dissatisfaction with our current tools so
what's amazing is how quickly this can happen in like your own brain you're not you're susceptible to it answer simple to other mackerel 2007 of Steve Jobs this is like I jazz ramidus audience that you on the job itself is like time of freakin iPhone and I was like what and I took my 6 mobile q out of my pocket and looked at it can literally water her
listing of the screen for not being a phone I just learned even existed so I wanna look at
this cycle through the lens of of of rails history 1st was to get an abstract and throughout history and and how to apply it it to selecting frameworks languages things that you might wanna learn and lastly what offer that comfort and caution out to those who might feel a little uneasy about the pace of change in technology so let's start with those
abstract concepts and talking how this cycle works so naturally will use medium users which is the better way to mark the start of each of these phases so the
1st is the technology to there's a lot of big promise and the initial spark of interest it's a few early adopters and happens crowd gentlemen they get excited they boarded up and attack is off to the
races then he gets this peak of inflated expectations some once talking about performance security new capabilities you have even dreamed of yet are yours for the taking if you just adopt this new tool now at some point the rocket ride is
over and we ourselves in the trough of disillusionment detectors and those outrageous expectation and you get people loudly quitting the wailing and gnashing of teeth
but if the tax survives reach the slope of enlightenment where you start seeing a light at the end of the tunnel you start hearing things like 2 . 0 and 3 . no learning tools are the materials the communities are stabilized and
finally you get this nice plateau productivity were a bunch of people become quietly productive and they don't really see the need to talk about this too much anymore and I'll tell you something I what
about happiness is this is something I promise you will never see their world yes we quietly presented with a variety month is very nice it's weird where they have boring
so those are the peaks and valleys of successful technologies that they make it out of that problem so
let's go back and look at this moment of Rivera's history
so how many of you remember this issues will be everywhere you know all the things I'm not doing that are much more attractive due to its lower has not a lot less it lacked what's but I wanna see a show of hands of how many people in here remember that has a stands for percentage OK so far also that's good that means that only if you have you're like near that of it so that was
the technology trigger that is is yes you are old so I was even problem when I 1st saw that it my friends that were program a shot at me and I was like what I wanna do this for a living that's amazing but luckily
for us was he was there to capture every step of rails is rise to power the the trigger a here is whether the tech analyst crowd trip over themselves to get the scoop on this new framework starting restless claims that will make your wildest dreams come true and Curie rabies behind build up until it becomes a little ludicrous and that's
rails it peak of inflated expectations I really want to put a photo together but how in the world could possibly do something better than that it's all reflect on how this was the thing we have had an enhanced GQ for programmers anyway you wanna build a web that migrated database fix leaky gotta that's a very Maradona remains will solve all the things and who can
forget that monster hit from that era the if
only somebody in the community was wise enough impression enough predict that surrounds a Iittle Ramskov 2006 but obviously we did his name was widely steps in which a good thing for all that he's done from the including inspiring me that code could be art when I was intimidated by the idea of learning to program
and astoundingly pressure warning for us that 10 years ago and I encourage you to watch the whole rails go on and talk of performance but uh this is from a video series that he did probably surprise right now ED thing is possible with Ruby 1st of all it should establish by machine is totally rolling down the street the boat trying to hit the brakes the brakes year burned out and they don't work anymore and seconds so many
great projects and used Ruby but it's proof that you can do anything you desire achieve your wildest dreams can come true I use JRuby to lure Catherine Zeta-Jones into my unicorn headings if you had a unicorn petting zoo you made entirely of Ruby and so we
get here we get into this Dorothea peak just mentioning the name of the technology in the title of the introductory conference talk needs it's gonna be standing-room-only you can google for like a hundred but Hello world tutorials and none of them actually help you understand this new technology
they are there but what you do figured out this promise of productivity gains means your finally gonna ship where that's 10 times faster right so when a recruiter asks if you like of rock star origin I you'll be able to say but both
the this means you finally get to wow your boss fulfill your wildest dreams by the house get the radius a so the actual promise that's all the we
by and all the harder for music's inflated expectations it starts seeping into our egos just a little bit and start thinking
everybody who came before you is maybe just hold wrong and you just a little more right than everybody else has ever been and you get to get up on stage until the establishment exactly what you think of and what is more
fun than that kind of rocket right from the G is bimodal in but like freaking expired so us be realities starts catching up with you a technology
inevitably goes through this trough of Disillusionment again only so that that
Mr. Masky obviously some
people here don't have your ass vision for Ruby and I'm not sure even now I understand the point of indulging these decadent wishes any further you saying it's all offer huge crash within some pan out and the idealism fades in the world moves on to the next language something even more beautiful expressive I like to call this imaginary future language absence a language smooth and creamy and centered with purest of lickerish she's lying absent is the apocalypse she's got rabies keep AQI to ourselves she's going to steal or eigen classes
had actually genuinely wondering elixir is intended as like this oblique reference to access the
ownership so this phase is marked by prominent factors this is the thing that imagine this the thing that caused people to leave for your greener pastures is constantly for other greener pastures go figure eyewitnesses it consists of pairs is my favorite light of all of them it is maybe the best thing I've ever done in my life but so remember this was
a prominent factors in this space for rails but I think this would takes the cake I met this actually know what's really interesting point and in this do literally often offered to fight every developer it seems I know a little aggro considering we're talk about which interpreter we choose for strings of characters we like type into a computer like a manual a fight about and like I just wanted is an open up or request I know we get from the face that's amazing thing was those super
early adopters get mad and stop reading and they declare your tool dead the tool actually starts getting the real work and this is where we start seeing service-oriented
architecture talks at conferences you people create technology to some real work when I speak XML over non RESTful and points and as for
blood tutorials written the book deals the and this loose
affiliation of enthusiasts turns into a real community and all those enterprise dollar they can't to buy
race parts of the GATT facilities
if I leave it to this plateau where a bunch of people become reproductive with that they don't see the need to talk about so much it's not cooling anymore there's nothing
exciting recall about quiet productivity you're getting more magazine covers the it's been a decade since
my sequel that anything anyone consider school but
you know what is chemical billions of dollars billion with as so Israel's a good technology for about technology it doesn't matter because it's an entrenched and productive technology so here we have the limited a detour
before we dive back into the history and really can't talk last year I share the concept of the 3 predominant personality traits types in technologists pioneers settlers so ring run through a quick look at version that ideas ditch the latest technology
they like 14 rivers they like contributing they like exploring the new territory but it's all about that thrill of discovery settlers try create water from
that Chaos they build infrastructure in communities they connect the pioneering work to real business and user needs town
planners are just 20 things done on a scale and performance that's impossible with the unproven technology they're trying to turn your exciting technology boring and the will always win
so let's dive back into the history to see how this fits together my theory is the DHH is actually a seller
was sort of pushing a pioneering solution of frustration I doubt he disagreed and many of his ideas were lifted from our ideas like Martin Fowler no outside the top
people do not realize how big a deal pioneers of they get the whole world day on July 24 is bigger than the 4th of July and I think it's Hackl loves its pioneers to and when rails fired the starting gun with the blind 15 minutes still they held a parade for DHH and rails
was surprisingly look familiar you know in the look and feel to the rails it you'll see today but you would die a death of a thousand cuts you reaction should try use it much less deployed out of anybody here remembers how that was done in the many deploy pre 1 0 Rails apps out upon was that Superfund yet Superfund the sets of of so take your old stuff some portion of the that the companies on this
unproven new technology whatever happened to these poor saps yeah this actually funded a
reckoning this didn't used to be a demo Stauffer shopify it was to view of his original business from which shopify was actually extracted and then
although settlers arrived people need guide book supporting libraries deploy tools hosting services the settlers were all too happy to look at these opportunities to help and to build businesses around this time you might have like
9 250 genome starting with access something rails will point to introduce RESTful routing which basically turn it from the academic concept into the predominant architecture for web apps today which kind of probable a huge part of settling in area
is city of schools right well I think we owe a huge debt of gratitude for Ryan dates for starting rails tests and I know I was had 2 or 3 tabs open to this site at all more name starts
having their futures into the black hole of unproven tax category pets there's sorry repeal of the moved you have got their start using ROS room stuff you know
of a service that were just with the promise no longer a pain in the ass I think that's a good good pitch I hardcore forking action never forget it so
really was created by the architecture astronauts that it's such an and fragmented the Java web culture but as our needs to more complex architecture started responding these
previously maligned computer science books take over much of the development of rails bringing modularity and Relational algebra to Active record the pigment money starts moving in and the real state just passed circumvented bigger research including things like code schools and in it now at this
point bank in the start of disrupting a bank are using whales that's how these 3 architecture
play out in a successful community everyone has all 3 internally in this big CP-nets but 1 is typically dominant so let's push through a little quiz but it will cost with which irritated the
most being required is updated tools team members that try to rewrite everything in the hipster stack up or anything they just get in the way of shipping what you enjoy most accepting a call request open-source library of applying technology in a way that action makes a business real money are solving a tricky performance where you feel the most helpful in showing summary that there's a better way you better way of doing things for improving psoriasis documentation or finding tedious a point process each of these rules is
valuable but pioneers experience and they help define a sense of what the future can look like sellers connect that to real problems and opportunities in town planners hope that scale to affect large numbers of people said others
and help players call pioneers hipsters were swept around by the static nodes ideas often added
sellers for using their innovations to gain notoriety make money the town planners recall out for lacking a
sense of adventure for being architecture astronauts when just astronomy things stable predictable and scalable as humans were wired to be dismissive of
those that don't share our default outlet you mind of saying certain things they're kind of true but not really so I think any Christendom alleles are is generally a hilarious but not really accurate
but some take on each of these roles at different points but it's too are advantage to lean on what we're best at so mean I perform best in the stomach here because I enjoy connecting things to practical uses of I live for that synthesis and further serendipity so great now we're that cycle and we
have an idea of our preferences so now what what
what you know this stuff you can set yourself up for some pre req career success some being at the mercy of the cycle if you don't understand it you can actually use of this game you can watch as your skills to into
commodities and become value values you can burn yourself out trying to keep up or you can Cybertek that doesn't make it or you could stop them entirely and stay a portrait from here that is pretty good actually that this they all
seem like a little bit of information overload when I what to understand the cycle you the played with straight I actually thought I was going to that this work of any of a variant of this with itself
of that combined with understanding the preferences means that you can focus attention to your attention were at most valuable so let's use that to map out the
cycle for your personality type you simply
can't get wrapped up in every piece of new technology that comes out but would you feel obligated to check something out use named entities to questions what stages in an should I worry about it pioneers are best served by
grabbing interesting tools jumping right and as soon as they hear about them it and interesting settlers just what to this point and templates can safely ignore now at the peak at simultaneous relation settlers can exercise and skepticism but they need to keep an open mind and how planners can again safely ignore keep shipping with the stuff that they know the slaves were everyone starts taking notice of
attack but rewards pioneers the most ideas can train console right plot those you can become a core team members in this unexplored territory
once a tax hike cools a little bit IVV-HiTSeq trough the pioneers compared to the right of the 1 you can change roles and together they have to be aware of the fact that actively switching from pioneer role to a set of but if it looks like it's gonna make it to the tropics have established a step in in the town planners to kind of words of the war ideas at this point of the slope of enlightenment just done they want like they don't be they're not the technology is now claiming that slow because enterprising sellers of one's writing books establishing consultancies building products creating an entire sport infrastructure and the town planners need start running through some of the new tutorials and be aware of is the technology and much of the patent into to they needed to this nice plateau proactivity settlers can apply this now low risk attack to novel business problems town planners can help automate improve improve performance free enterprise-scale solutions what was once a toy solution is now running Fortune 500 companies and handling a bank transactions so I told you earlier I'm going to give
you a comfort cautious so let's start with cover you might be
wondering about whether your favorite technology is eroding beneath you may be a letter that can kill really maybe the next the rails readily this piece that so that must be true for the tools you used for garbage and updated compared this shiny stuff that you're reading about and that's what it's like to
know am I gonna have to go this is like this is my life or maybe they have broken and lazy because
you'd rather keep working with stuff that makes you feel productive than 70 programming languages as well
so for the last year I've been working in a production rules to act in a way it's also accounts for a lot of people and it's full of problems that are in no way related to the fact that this thing runs rails to and also working on a side product in the lecture in the next you know what that it cannot shake the feeling that if I just
use rails it be done like 5 times over by now I mean it is great when the stuff of gas stop the cycle of making people feel inferior for using the things that make them feel productive we put a finer point and
nobody gets to make you feel ashamed of liking the stuff that you like and when she was on the other foot and
someone like something you know please consider this please
don't yet someone else's young it actively chased away the people that we most need in our community and only leave room for x and I know most of us have done this at some point I know I have not super practice that I really are I wasn't going to questions but it seems like we have 1 from our repeated uh brand
and it really is a dead when you write a javascript consultancy their question OK OK does that
make you a humongous hypocrite alright 1st of all Ouch of 2nd of all I I really prefer working on the front end in my opinion the whether you should write your job a script so by yourself or tell rails right for you are apparently controversial from OK and of the child controversy as so but terrible
yeah I don't know how good or that if you run establish a consultancy today that rails a specialty makes that's really really any plateau productivity technology consultancies that specialize in a technology or very much selling picks pickaxes in a gold rush on a big chunk of their value is having that early expertise in these emerging technologies and moving on is the technologies mature that is a cell phone that's fine you move up a level and focus on problems and really technology-dependent you only have to solve scalability problems for people and avenues so
that's the cops incomes in that leading edge of technology does move pretty fast and if you start learning can eventually be left behind and see your skills become monetized value if your job like
variously here to hold the other ladies cellphone
briefcase thing you you might have stayed with the
technology just a little bit too long but it was a pretty cool and that lady is really nice to carry the other
ladies like cell phone thing what is on the phone about
like what is like so in that bouncy sports body
with the neck of the the best barring some there's a
thing we plan a strong lag you pivot around
right I suggest having 1 technique used to ship to production something you do on the site of 1 if a catches for you off so the more you do it the more you do it the better you get more you worship stuff in it but if it doesn't catch findspot spotted out do no harm done right they're stuff you do to learn in there's now if you follow this pattern you really
feel this swung around by this this cycle you just use the tool that you learn on the site more often for new problems I love Ruby but I'm a full-time job is to program the thing is adding really notice that happening there was a like a period time grows like writing a medium thinking about how I'm leaving Ruby there's no dramatic ends it I just kind of happened to just start on on this thing you know
and 1 last warning there are technologies that that perform 1 thing pick and hoping that carries them through this almost never works a less the goal is hitting like big VC rounds in which case tho for and then disappear over the next part of the mass media I wouldn't see them because they would see me so let's same name as in the years so there are technologies that this but you
will protect that has a vision of all the way down to the plateau productivity because personal exploration
text follows this the same curve so we can even
apply that cycle to picking up a new technologies so you start the tutorial you the whole world and like costs of
you like I didn't finish the tutorial this know
everything about this technology aversive last misery for production is probably pretty close right but
that is it real life is the new stuff is also
but the trouble finding at the peak is those pesky expectations inevitably went of stuck in a ditch again we thought we were really Rockingham only so 2 weeks spike is looking like a much longer road the of your but the proof of
concept in 3 weeks but did you like 6 months to get a production you like you know this is the same piece of software and think that might be what they mean by 10 x program
and the book these expectations get inflated because you
demonstrate the velocity sold initially and people start expecting that output forever but currently the visual the whole and
is what happens is used to go so fast and the feel thing nose dive into that profits you slog
through this trophic rails for some of you it's reason enough to remember for some of you it is not reason enough to recover try to remember so why would you do that again why would you put yourself through that all that emotional pay why bother seeing a new technology to your
own personal plateau apparently will clearly you pick your new technology for reasons color curiosity intuition philosophical and whatever but then the pain starts things get rough so why would you figure that out what of this process the way our whole in
she works has flipped upside down the problems you ass to solve and even the reasons behind that have changed dramatically over the last 10 years a lot of stimuli notice which scapula with
a swimming this technology wanted to stay on topic in realize a fundamental shift that occurred a new focus on
user design means that you X drives technology the tools we built 20 even 10 years
ago that's all designed solve different set of problems that we encounter today so we need tools to manage this new
world extra architecture and people are creating these tools and a prodigious paid a lot of our pain comes from trying to deal with the chaos that ensued from this subset of our collective applecart have you been doing this long enough
remember selling the idea of using G query your bosses and we reused inquiry has to mature and about and that is where the client side you write is headed Clydeside UX tools are added attraction so angular to amber to react just tools used to solve a
problem so but it does explain the meteoric rise of tools like rails and especially the more recent a Senator jobs that sites of the number I felt good about that here and now I'm encouraged started your people called warring like this you're that maybe something different Albert support understand why of these that to make sure that they are sometimes it makes sense to switch to something
new in some pioneer tightening manage right that it truly leave every 2 months but if your friendships that they can trigger that eternal midlife career crisis if you noticed this pattern in your
work life Jack justice even not stepping on tools and technologies that had that so the tools
have staying power like Rails like amber tend push to their 15 minutes of happiness and they focused on long-term productivity you kind of understand philosophies and and they do things that are unusual like documentation and things a kind of look like long-term thinking i want so badly to ship stuff
and I thought if I were rails and then amber that I'll be free from all the hard part that's obviously not true it's not possible but I got into it because that's the
cycle itself like the promise you know all the things I'm not doing In the something really nice promise but it's not the promise the real promises
about helping you reach that factor on the site
so you have time to focus we focus on
things that add value is this value
you end up serious business value at this person added a lot of business value this is value continues to prove on the plot so you have time
to think and you start thinking who think minimum
losses in India nothing is true and the same thing about maybe something I can do better and since you focus on
business value that you can afford to fire your boss
and then you you and OK and you to go have your
own life prices that's a different story right but
but
that so episode I think
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Klasse <Mathematik>
Formale Sprache
Systemzusammenbruch
Imaginäre Zahl
Ideal <Mathematik>
Maschinelles Sehen
Computeranimation
Videokonferenz
Videospiel
Figurierte Zahl
Teilbarkeit
Phasenumwandlung
Computeranimation
Formale Grammatik
Interpretierer
Fehlermeldung
Teilbarkeit
Computer
Raum-Zeit
Teilbarkeit
Computeranimation
Web log
Strategisches Spiel
Unternehmensarchitektur
Chatten <Kommunikation>
Datentyp
Softwareentwickler
Zeichenkette
Videokonferenz
Serviceorientierte Architektur
Punkt
Programmierbare logische Anordnung
Mereologie
Besprechung/Interview
Plateau-Problem
Client
Computerarchitektur
Plateau-Problem
Unternehmensarchitektur
Computeranimation
Videokonferenz
Softwareentwickler
Typentheorie
Datentyp
Güte der Anpassung
sinc-Funktion
Besprechung/Interview
Versionsverwaltung
Fortsetzung <Mathematik>
Biprodukt
Computeranimation
Keller <Informatik>
Zentrische Streckung
Reelle Zahl
Unordnung
Computeranimation
Geometrische Frustration
Besprechung/Interview
Quick-Sort
Physikalische Theorie
Computeranimation
Twitter <Softwareplattform>
Schnitt <Graphentheorie>
Computeranimation
Demo <Programm>
Web-Applikation
Computeranimation
REST <Informatik>
Dienst <Informatik>
Flächeninhalt
Schnelltaste
Mereologie
Programmbibliothek
Elektronischer Programmführer
Computerarchitektur
Biprodukt
Vollständigkeit
Demo <Programm>
Softwaretest
Drucksondierung
Web Site
Kategorie <Mathematik>
Dokumentenserver
Gruppenoperation
Vorzeichen <Mathematik>
Instantiierung
Variable
Ranking
Computeranimation
Gruppenoperation
CDN-Netzwerk
Wurm <Informatik>
Dienst <Informatik>
Chatten <Kommunikation>
Algebraisches Modell
Methodenbank
Datensatz
Benutzerbeteiligung
Relativitätstheorie
Applet
Computerarchitektur
Softwareentwickler
Informatik
Code
Computeranimation
Aggregatzustand
Prozess <Physik>
Punkt
Reelle Zahl
Open Source
Gruppenoperation
Programmbibliothek
Systemaufruf
Schlussregel
Computerarchitektur
Computeranimation
Zentrische Streckung
Stabilitätstheorie <Logik>
Zahlenbereich
Systemaufruf
Abenteuerspiel
Computeranimation
Strategisches Spiel
Hydrostatik
Knotenmenge
Prognoseverfahren
Skalierbarkeit
Reelle Zahl
Logiksynthese
Maschinelles Sehen
Computerarchitektur
Hilfesystem
Subtraktion
Punkt
Logiksynthese
Gemeinsamer Speicher
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Default
Computeranimation
Spieltheorie
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Computeranimation
OISC
Bit
Informationsüberlastung
Datentyp
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Hacker
Computeranimation
Punkt
Wellenlehre
Template
Relativitätstheorie
Speicherabzug
Plot <Graphische Darstellung>
Computeranimation
Bit
Punkt
Freeware
EDV-Beratung
Prozessautomation
Kontextbezogenes System
Biprodukt
Computeranimation
Überlagerung <Mathematik>
Eins
Transaktionsverwaltung
Rechter Winkel
Wort <Informatik>
Plateau-Problem
Unternehmensarchitektur
Ganze Funktion
Hilfesystem
Videospiel
Computeranimation
Lesen <Datenverarbeitung>
Programmiersprache
Punkt
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Schlussregel
Biprodukt
Computeranimation
Medianwert
Punkt
Computeranimation
Prozess <Informatik>
Debugging
Skript <Programm>
EDV-Beratung
Computeranimation
Skalierbarkeit
EDV-Beratung
Biprodukt
Plateau-Problem
Fokalpunkt
Computeranimation
Bildauflösung
Übergang
Web Site
Bit
Rechter Winkel
Pivot-Operation
Mustersprache
Biprodukt
Computeranimation
Web Site
Prozess <Informatik>
Mereologie
Hypermedia
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Ruhmasse
Unrundheit
Frequenz
Term
Computeranimation
Videospiel
Gravitation
Kontrollstruktur
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Kurvenanpassung
Biprodukt
Plateau-Problem
Ausgleichsrechnung
Maschinelles Sehen
Computeranimation
Erwartungswert
Software
Schätzung
Optimierung
Biprodukt
Computeranimation
Geschwindigkeit
Stetige Abbildung
Plateau-Problem
Computeranimation
Funktion <Mathematik>
Architektur <Informatik>
Prozess <Physik>
Benutzerschnittstellenverwaltungssystem
Kantenfärbung
Plateau-Problem
Computeranimation
Strategisches Spiel
Teilmenge
Subtraktion
Menge
Unordnung
Client
Spieltheorie
Computerarchitektur
Bildauflösung
Verschiebungsoperator
Subtraktion
Web Site
Client
Prozess <Informatik>
Benutzerschnittstellenverwaltungssystem
Kraft
Plateau-Problem
Zahlenbereich
Computeranimation
Videospiel
Kreisfläche
Rechter Winkel
Mustersprache
Biprodukt
Computeranimation
Leistung <Physik>
NP-hartes Problem
Web Site
Freeware
Dreiecksfreier Graph
Mereologie
Plateau-Problem
Teilbarkeit
Computeranimation
Extrempunkt
Besprechung/Interview
Plateau-Problem
Plot <Graphische Darstellung>
Computeranimation
Videospiel
Subtraktion
Einfügungsdämpfung
Benutzerschnittstellenverwaltungssystem
Rechter Winkel
Benutzerschnittstellenverwaltungssystem
Fokalpunkt
Computeranimation
Videokonferenz
Computeranimation

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Titel Surviving the Framework Hype Cycle
Serientitel RailsConf 2016
Teil 18
Anzahl der Teile 89
Autor Hayes, Brandon
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DOI 10.5446/31584
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract Baskin-Robbins wishes it had as many flavors as there are JS frameworks, build tools, and cool new "low-level" languages. You just want to solve a problem, not have a 500-framework bake-off! And how will you know whether you picked the right one? Don't flip that table, because we'll use the "hype cycle" and the history of Ruby and Rails as a guide to help you understand which front-end and back-end technologies are a fit for your needs now and in the future.

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