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Limiting the number of languages

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Sep 26, 2015
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When you got a medium to big sized website, with many automated components, sometimes made by different developers, or by the same developers at different eras, you will probably get many languages into your web development. Basically, you wouldn't have only HTML, CSS, JS & PHP (if PHP is your back-end language), but you can get easily a template language, Bash for the recurring scripts, maybe Python as well, especially if you build external software relying on a build system that can rely on Python or on a C like language, and there could be even more languages if you have a database (because SQL isn't a programming language, but it is a language) and it ends up bad.

In order to have an healthy development, you have to specify clearly and limit the usage of each language, so you don't have to get software developers knowing five languages and instead focus on their main language, letting more collaboration.
What solutions can you think about it? How many languages are in your system? Do not forget languages between scripts that you have to debug and write, it matters as well.
 

kibria97

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order to have an healthy development, you have to specify clearly and limit the usage of each language, so you don't have to get software developers knowing five languages and instead focus on their main language, letting more collaboration.
What solutions can you think about it?
 
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