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"I came here years ago"

So did I, infact I think I first started trying to explain what I was upto way back in 2007. Since then I have made huge advancements in the efficiency of my own private implementation of the system, and in all that time I have yet to find any problem which has no elegant solution using the simple rules.

I don't know how many times I have to say it before it sinks in, but I will try once again;

I'm not trying to plug a framework, or a proprietary language, or a module. I am talking about another level of abstraction above the code which is unprecedented in all of existing modules and systems I have looked into. Having worked for years on it, and having deployed many sites using it, I absolutely REFUSE to use anything less.

I'm sharing a quantum leap forwards and I get attitude from dimwitted backwards looking low brow coders who don't get it and would rather bitch and moan about my attitude.


In reply to Re^4: Pulling Punches by simonodell
in thread Pulling Punches by simonodell

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