23rd March, 12:32 am Mar 23rd

phil doesn't believe ruby on rails exists: "Personally I prefer Cobra with the Spoke and Hairnet modules compiled in. But I've heard Gerbera on SouflBAD+9 is even more powerful, particularly if you already have a load of Buckingham code"lying around.

This was posted on Wednesday 23rd March, 2005 at 12:32 am Pacific.

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