In November of 2009, I wrote about why developers should write their own frameworks. I pointed out at the time that often developing a framework forces developers to make the kinds of architectural choices that frameworks require, which helps them better understand the architectural choices in the most popular frameworks.
I haven’t stopped believing in the power of doing as a learning tool. But in the past few months I’ve had an opportunity to move into more of an understanding of frameworks like Zend Framework, and I’ve come to another realization:
Monday, May 24th, 2010 @ 7:00 am |
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Categories: Object-Oriented Development, Open Source, Technology, Zend Framework
Tags: development, frameworks, NIH, Zend, Zend Framework