What role should frameworks play in the front-end architecture of rich web applications?
People are workinghard on frameworks to give us a more powerful, easier way to build the types of applications that have become common (single page applications).
I find myself agreeing with Jeremy Ashkenas that these all-singing, all-dancing frameworks are not the answer - a minimal framework that leaves you in control of when things happen and doesn't make assumptions about your UI is a much better place to start.
Near the end of a four year stint in a corporate environment I took four weeks holiday by the beach. I relaxed, played guitar, prayed, treated acne, ate well and exercised with running, push ups and sit ups. It was a great time of recovery and healing and I started feeling better about myself and more healthy in the process.
This is proving difficult to write as I have no clear thoughts on what I truly believe or think about death, it's all a bit hazy.
Perhaps by the time I'm done writing this rambling piece I won't be pestered by it quite so often.