[BangPypers] SciPy India 2009 - SciPy.in
pradeep at btbytes.com
Sun Oct 4 16:47:27 CEST 2009
I have no issues with PHP. Heck, I wrote my first website using PHP
and a flat file (CSV) database when MySQL hosting was expensive :).
Textpattern (a superb CMS written in PHP+MySQL) powers my wife's
recipe website and she likes it as a user and I as a very dormant
On Sun, Oct 4, 2009 at 10:25 AM, Sidharth Kuruvila
<sidharth.kuruvila at gmail.com> wrote:
> A thousand apologies, the "possibly just for Pradeep, goto", was a meant as
> a light joke not to be taken personally. Goto was the original issue with
> You hit the nail squarely on the head when you say "The *users* of PHP tend
> to get wired in weird ways after using it". So do the users of python or any
> other language, in their own way. You can choose not to like Php, but there
> are a lot of good programmers who do use it productively.
> The fact is that you've obviously invested some amount of time working with
> various python frameworks, which make certain choices obvious to you. The
> author of the article obviously wasn't able to do that, Drupal seems like a
> sensible decision to have made. I'd agree the post is almost certainly not
> objective, but then most comparisons are that way, it's something we have to
> live with.
> Ps. I am talking from my own perspective, if I was asked to create a website
> backed by a database, I'd chose something based on Php simply because that's
> what I have some recent experience working with, so I spend less time wasted
> trying to learn the tools.
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