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Is Ruby on Rails really better than ColdFusion?

Just saw this, it's hillarious: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kU-4D51FY98.

What do you all say to those that insist that Ruby on Rails is better than ColdFusion? What's that stuff about a big bug on Myspace?

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Comment by Aleksander Rebula on September 5, 2009 at 14:24
If you want to be "sarcastic" as him. :)
Comment by Ben Koshy on September 5, 2009 at 14:21
Actually Rob Rustle's post was the the bestest. :D
Comment by Aleksander Rebula on September 2, 2009 at 22:14
Read the last post (now it's the last) here: click. Thank you Doug!
Comment by Larry C. Lyons on August 31, 2009 at 17:26
A few years ago the people who originally developed MySpace showed off their code at the CFUN keynote that year. Frankly their code sucked, in the realm of stagnant canal water. Their solution to any slowness etc was to throw more hardware at it.

As far as the ROR video, aside from the half truths etc., it isn't bad, just the typically conceited self referential crud I've seen out of the people who developed Ruby On Rails. What i would love to see is for a group of ROR developers and CF developers build functionally equivalent sites, and see which one is finished faster, which one scales better etc.
Comment by Aleksander Rebula on August 31, 2009 at 13:14
Thank you Lola, I appreciate your comment. Will check out what you suggested.
Comment by Lola J. Lee Beno (KnitGal) on August 31, 2009 at 12:37
I don't know too much about Ruby on Rails. But you should probably compare it with CF on Rails (http://cfwheels.org/). I haven't tried that out.

About that big bug on Myspace, I don't know the details but I wouldn't be surprised. From what I've heard, the code behind Myspace is very, very shaky. This site was built when it was growing rapidly and the developers could hardly keep up with it all. So, inevitably, quite a few bugs were liable to creep in. You might want to go through the archives at houseoffusion.com - there was some discussion about Myspace and the BlueDragon controversy
Comment by Aleksander Rebula on August 26, 2009 at 21:19
Anyone? :)


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