It’s just the nature of a large enterprise. Big companies only recognize models that work after evaluating them carefully; they are global adopter not early adopter. Small companies are more risk-tolerant and more quick at innovating. Big companies aren’t good at competing with smaller and nimbler firms in terms of agility.
I don’t want to take part in the usual programmers fanboy fight over what is best. I am agnostic. I like both those frameworks, but there’s a side discussion which originated within comments to that Quora question I would like to recap here.
A new flyby video of Pluto discovery was released today and it’s again mindblowing… New Horizons flyby of Pluto, the previously unexplored world on the edge of the solar system is confusing scientists, it’s totally different from what it was expected to be, starting with the flowing ice covering it. NASA principal investigator Alan Stern opened the Pluto news conference … Continue reading “Pluto is sending us back to the drawing boards.”