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The following data is collected from a survey of 29,000 developers and administrators who were asked to assess the state of software development within their organization. Over 1,000 respondents completed the survey — below are the results:
Hanami is a Ruby MVC web framework made up of small, single-purpose libraries that can be used independently.1 It promotes strong architecture through the use of plain objects, as opposed to magical, overly-complicated classes. Whereas Ruby On Rails is a noisy metropolis, containing functionality you may never need or use, Hanami lets you assemble your project’s stack with an understanding of how the various parts of your application interact. While Rails follows an ease-of-use philosophy, Hanami stands for simplicity. 2
The days of massive software development teams dominating the IT workforce are coming to an end; to put in simple terms. Not so much in the sense where large teams no longer have a use, but in the sense where studies have shown a noticeable shift in development team sizes. Today, even the smallest of teams can build incredibly successful products that rival even the largest of teams. How is this possible?