I’m fed by those ridiculous requirements in job offers:
- Ruby (and not just Rails)
- PHP (and not just Zend Framework),
What do they want?
Then, if you want me to program an application in any given language without using libraries available at my fingertips for that language, then you’re just a fool. Do you really want me to give up on years of worldwide engineering experience advising about code reuse? What is it open source to you?
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Oh, just as I know quite a few WordPress devs that do not really know PHP, I think I can figure out what “they mean”:
Someone may not know other frameworks outside of Zend, nor know how to program PHP without a framework for simple tasks.
Though I have to agree that Ruby & Rails are married to each other more or less.