You Should Build your Next App on a Boring Stack

Photograph courtesy of Michał Parzuchowski

Developers love new shiny things. And in technology the past few years, there has been no shortage of shinies. Depending on the ecosystem you are working in, there are new frameworks coming out at a rapid pace. Shiny things are nice, and using the latest and greatest technology in your applications is a great way to achieve technological advantage over your competition.

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