[newbie] Equivalent to PHP?
ramit.prasad at jpmorgan.com
Thu Jun 14 01:12:37 CEST 2012
> >PHP was developed for non-developers. (see
> >http://me.veekun.com/blog/2012/04/09/php-a-fractal-of-bad-design/ ).
> >It's much easier and also cheaper to find bad coders and non-developers
> >than code people. The outcome is bad performance and lots of security
> And as to why Facebook chose PHP...
You are not Facebook (at least yet).
They also choose to transform PHP into C++ for performance reasons. Not
something the average large website would want to do.
The real question is would they use it again if they were to start over?
These decisions are influenced by a multitude of factors
1. familiarity/popularity of a framework
3. what someone thinks is "best" for specifications
Notice only 1 of those factors was what was actually "best".
Also remember you asked this on a *Python* mailing list. I am sure you
will get different responses on a PHP mailing list.
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