It was definitely down to incompetence. I think that’s part of what makes it exciting to use — it’s all new and unexplored, as opposed to the technology we know well. Established technology just inherently has less risk of people being completely in the dark about it.

Selective use of new technology that solves a problem in a vastly superior way when compared to the old and tried is a good idea.

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Martin Cerruti

Martin Cerruti

Software Engineer writing about his daily software adventures, wherever they may lead.

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