- You can throw as much hardware as you want at a bad application and it will still be bad. If you design and code applications properly you can run them on less/cheaper hardware and everyone is happy!
- Vendor neutral = lowest common denominator = crap!
- Take a good technology and use it badly and you can easily convince yourself and everyone else that the technology is bad.
- Sometimes, things that sound good in theory are terrible in practice. Did I hear someone mention J2EE? 😉
Over the years I’ve found these to be true time and time again. Remember, it’s just my opinion 🙂
On a different note, my rating super-fan is back again. The DBMS_EPG article once again went to 5 stars for 1 vote, now it’s 3.5 stars for 4 votes. Who is this mystery super-fan?
I recently found out that a couple of friends/acquaintances now read my blog. The majority of my readership for both the blog and the website are based in Asia and the USA. Having some people so close to home seems kinda weird 🙂