December 6, 2011
The title of this post was stolen from Stackoverflow, from this discussion:
I really like and agree with this point:
Being “the enterprise stack”, it is often used to create boring, ugly, “good enough” applications and, in general, enterprises tend not to attract great developers who love programming, and think and care about what they do. The quality of software in the enterprise world is not great.
There are exceptions, of course, but mainly from what I’ve seen from the past 10 years, this is, sadly, true. Why?