Twitter leaving rails

this is sure to shake up the rails community hard, mainly b/c people
love
using Twitter as the RoR prototype to make people feel comfortable. I
think
its a lot of overhype against RoR but it is what is is, we will see
what
comes of it

The comment wall is hilarious on that. Everyone’s an expert. Also,
each person’s language is superior to Ruby and each one’s framework is
superior to Rails.

Not to mention, judging from the posts, it’s going to be reeeeeally
easy to fix Twitter so I don’t know what they’re worrying about :wink:

ESPNDev

nice, good find. Someone should post that on that techcrunch list.

On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 7:48 PM, Ezra Z. [email protected]

Techrunch lies, twitter is not abandoning Rails at all:

Cheers-
-Ezra

Arrington would likely delete it. Wouldn’t want to end the flame war
too early; might lose too many clickthroughs on his ads. :slight_smile:

–Jeremy

On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 8:55 PM, AD [email protected] wrote:

http://twitter.com/ev/statuses/801530348

The comment wall is hilarious on that. Everyone’s an expert. Also,

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On Thu, May 1, 2008 at 7:56 PM, Jeremy McAnally
[email protected] wrote:

Arrington would likely delete it. Wouldn’t want to end the flame war
too early; might lose too many clickthroughs on his ads. :slight_smile:

let’s end the flame by ourselves then
http://reddit.com/info/6hvir/comments/ :slight_smile:

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