Ugh. "Best Practices". What a hollow phrase.
Best... for whom?
Best... under what context?
Please: if you want people with a clue to listen, stop using this mantra designed to give the reader FOMO.
Nothing is always the best. Everything sucks in its own special way. I mean that in the "kindest" way possible: there is no perfect
- programming language
Everything has pros and cons.
If you'd like me to use your fantastic tech, explain to me:
- why I should use this?
- how is it better than alternatives out there?
- when does it make sense?
- when are there simpler methods?
- what is the tradeoff for using your tech stack vs other methods? and vice-versa?
Without real information, I'm having trouble taking your pitch seriously. And any programmer should be skeptical until you provide a concrete argument that supports your case.
I'm open to being convinced.
"best" implies you can draw some comparisons. I'm all ears.