time I have to run
gem install x. I only have a limited understanding of
Ruby and hardly any of Ruby on Rails. It seems disorganized to me and hard to
process. All this is fine – I don’t have to use any of it if I don’t like it,
I always knew there was something wrong with the way Ruby works. I don’t mean wrong like murdering children, I just mean wrong like I don’t know why things are the way they are. There are a lot of talented Ruby programmers and I don’t mean to dismiss that.
Recently, though, I came across a tweet that I made me realize what it was that I didn’t like about Ruby. It was like a small revelation.
Before you know it, everything will be in Ruby.
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