Tim Cooke wrote:Are your customers really putting the pressure on to see something meaningful in less than an hour? That doesn't sound like a realistic scenario to me.
Jayesh A Lalwani wrote:On the other hand, your job in a Microsoft ecosystem is easy: You use the tool that Microsoft gives you, and you know everything will work together. If the tool doesn't do what you want it to do (or makes it difficult), you shrug your shoulders and say something about technical limitations or such. You can squarely put the blame on Microsoft's shoulder and Microsoft is more than happy to take that blame. They get a good excuse to sell your company the next version of Visual Studio.
If you are in a Microsoft stack, you aren't competing with other companies like you on the strength of your developers or technology choices. You are competing on how well you can manage your projects.
Jayesh A Lalwani wrote:With Spring Boot, I can create a new web application project in 2 minutes. Maybe you are taking longer because you are not using the right tools