There are plenty of great articles on here for various programming languages / libraries and so I thought I'd write my first article on another aspect of programming - what I'm calling the Extremes in Programming.
I saw this tweet from Jen Simmons and thought it was a good time to discuss the topic of why people polarise towards one approach, often declaring it's the One True Way.
I've come across many examples over the years, here's just a few:
I would never use a SPA framework and the counter, I would always use a SPA framework.
I would always use Stored Procedures versus I would never use Stored Procedures.
I always use Microsoft products versus I wouldn't touch M$ with a barge pole.
In all of the examples above, and any other come to that, surely we should just be picking the right tool for the right job?