> I'm afraid I don't understand what all that means.
> But I invariably go for SQL over any abstraction paradigm.
When presented with options, these are the possible stances:
1. (Lead) Become educated on the options and decide on one.
2. (Follow) Become educated on the options and remain impartial.
3. Remain ignorant of the similarities/differences and decide on one.
4. (Get out of the way) Remain ignorant of the similarities/differences and
Of course, deciding on one could also be a case-by-case basis. Maybe for one
use you decide on one for one reason, and for the other case you decide on
Thank you for choosing number 3 and casting a vote without understanding. Any
other stance is understandable, but like most people, you choose to hurt the
social group you are participating in by making uninformed decisions.