I don’t so much disagree with that specific point, as with the overall attitude that stems from it. It’s hard to avoid the feeling that some front-end devs have latched on to accessibility as the be-all and end-all of web development, and wield that as a hammer used to beat down any disagreement.
I’m not a nurse so I can’t answer for that profession, but as for programming:
Interesting concept but I think what makes “Salt Fat Acid Heat” such an effective mantra is that all four elements are very concrete things that even non-cooks understand.
I’m not sure if “Research, Empathy, Simplicity and Speed” matches those criteria, Empathy and Simplicity especially are fairly abstract and subjective…
I take your point but I think apart from a few specific back-end/full-stack frameworks like Meteor or Keystone that do handle your data, security isn’t really applicable as a factor to most bricks of your stack. I’m happy to be shown wrong, but for example I can’t imagine how React would have security issues?
Great points. Scalability, coupling, and compatibility are all really important factors. They’re basically what Meteor was lacking the most when it first launched.
I guess this could easily turn into a 20-step guide huh…
That’s valid, also another problem is that it requires you to already be pretty familiar with a technology to even take the quiz… But it’s a first step, we can keep improving it :)