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March 11, 2016, 07:22

I also disagree. That's a huge generalization, obviously based on negative experience. A framework helps build better software, with structure, especially in large teams.

I also think that you're not quite honest because whenever a team builds software they create some kind of framework. Be it a re-used solid framework as mentioned in other comments, or just a OO structure of classes. But you do it because otherwise it would result in a mess.

So isn't it much better to use a solid framework that is maintained by a lot of people, than your individual reinvented wheel? Yes, it is. And the overhead mentioned in your list is far outweighted by the benefits.

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