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Re: Ignorant Article

by Cody Pendant (Prior)
on Feb 18, 2003 at 22:54 UTC ( #236428=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Ignorant Article

I don't have much to say about that article, but two points of fact:

  1. I am unable to tell that the article was written a long time ago -- it clearly says "copyright 2003" at the bottom and I can't see any other date information on it.
  2. The thing that annoys me most about it is that thing about "cgi interfaces are always ugly". That's so ridiculous, it's surreal. I just have no idea how anyone who understood HTML and CGI could write that.

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Re: Re: Ignorant Article
by steves (Curate) on Feb 18, 2003 at 23:44 UTC

    We may never know ... the web site that supposedly has the full original is still down. Maybe a CGI is serving the articles. 8-)

    In the rebuttal, he/she contrasts CGI with J2EE. If his assertion is that the article is too dated to account for mod_perl and fast CGI, then I'd assert that a comparison to J2EE is also unfair. Let's instead compare the alternatives at the time the article was written.

    I can't help myself ... I love a good debate. 8-)

      There really weren't any at the time. There was no servlets, com objects, beans, or php...there was cold fusion though...

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