Rails - django speed comparison

I wonder whether anyone here can comment on the disappointing
benchmarks for Rails, reported a few weeks ago at

http://www.alrond.com/en/2007/feb/04/in-addition-to-the-test-of-mvc-frameworks/

On Mar 1, 2007, at 6:52 AM, dankelley wrote:

I wonder whether anyone here can comment on the disappointing
benchmarks for Rails, reported a few weeks ago at

http://www.alrond.com/en/2007/feb/04/in-addition-to-the-test-of-mvc-
frameworks/

Poor results? If those results had been available 1 year ago, nobody
would ever complain about RoR speed!

Nevertheless, I’ll repeat the mantra: Rails isn’t the fastest
framework. It’s built to be fast to develop, which is better and
cheaper for most people than being the most efficient deployment
platform.

You could, after all, write an Apache module in C to server your
entire application.

Now that would be fast! :slight_smile:


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