Modern Application Architecture (again!)

After this post, I have continued to get more input and find more articles.

Here are two:

Berlin Startup Languages - circa - 150901

Berlin Startups – Implementation Languages

web-framworks-german-startup-150901

Berlin Startup Web Frameworks

Berlin Startups Databases - 150901

Berlin Startups Databases – 150901

 

 

 

 

 

 

And lots of other interesting graphs…

In the article noted above, I linked here for graphs like this one (where venture funded startups are rated on an “okay”, “good” and “great” scale (grade inflation?) using blue / red / yellow) as reflected in Angle.co standings.

Here are just three (of many many) samples:

Angle List Programming Language by Startup Rating

Angle List Programming Language by Startup Rating

Angle List Front End by Startup Rating

Angle List Front End by Startup Rating

Angle List Database / Storage by Startup Rating

Angle List Database / Storage by Startup Rating

 

And lastly, I saw this piece has is called:

Which web technology should I use?

A handy guide for non-technical founders

Interesting at least as far as learning how some folks see the world, including very rough shorthand impressions of the “pros and cons” of using different tool sets. ¬†The primary starting point advocated is ‘do something fast and cheap to prove your concept and that you are willing to throw away” — not something I’ve ever been a big fan of (since using a technology I know best is usually fastest, and building “throw away” code is a bad habit I never developed) but might be right for some people / situations (e.g. when using mid-level or junior people who only write throw-away code…).

 

 


One Comment on “Modern Application Architecture (again!)”

  1. […] times on the question of how best to create modern, scalable, flexible and robust web applications (here, here and here), I finally decided that Ruby was going to require too much ramp-up time and — […]


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