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How is any of this a counterargument to the article? And the hypothetical developer in it is a woman. And in their (again, fictional) scenario, they struggled with Hibernate for four years.



> And in their (again, fictional) scenario, they struggled with Hibernate for four years

In their fictional scenario they didn't learn to use hibernate or SQL.

>And the hypothetical developer in it is a woman.

Don't assume their pronouns!


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The developers in the article make the same mistake - using native SQL "for performance" instead of working with Hibernate.

I read the title as referring to the (male) author's career; I understood him to be telling his own story through these hypothetical characters.


Hi (author here). This story is purely fictional. :). As a freelancer I was in many cases forced to fix some Hibernatish chaos or work within fixed technological stack where Hibernate just cross the limits of stubbornness. I don't want to say it's bad technology, just compiled some thoughts and experience of many people (including myself) into the story. Thanks for reading :)




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