Correctness is clearly the prime quality. If a system does not do what it is supposed to do, then everything else about it matters little.
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Cross-browser testing from your browser!
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Be faster than Larry Wall in the shell!
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Have you heard of "not invented here" syndrome? This article is practically preaching that anti-pattern.
Frameworks are about code reusability and not reinventing the wheel. Are you saying that you roll your own logging solution for every project? Refuse to use ORMs and prefer to write every SQL statement by hand when performance is not yet an issue (premature optimization being another anti-pattern).
I'm not sure what frameworks you've had experience with, but this sounds like a problem with the frameworks themselves or their usage.
Learning curves might be a downside, but the upside is that if a new employee already knows the framework, your project has -less- of a learning curve. As they don't have to learn your custom in house crap that does the same thing.
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