Hey Bedrock, the 21st Century is calling!
I was a bit taken aback by Gabor's Perlweekly mention of my Bedrock blog. I guess there really are a few people that read these blogs! ;-)
Then of course, I was a little disheartened by the something from the last century reference. Having been born in the last century like many programmers today, I don't necessarily think everything that comes from the 20th century is bad, obsolete or not worthy of our attention. But, in the end, he's actually spot on.
What goes around, comes around and the technology industry is nothing if has not proven itself cyclical. Vacillating between client & server is sort of what we do.
Trends not withstanding, there are multiple ways to skin cats and develop web applications and not everyone likes (or needs to be) writing "code" in the traditional sense in order to update some rows in a database.
So, I guess I'll continue to blog about Bedrock, even if it's just to help me understand new technologies or to share some ancient technology with modern developers so they will know what things were like when bread was a nickel a loaf.