Today our webdev prof: "you must use bootstrap! You are not allowed to define your own classes!"

He's a nice guy, but I don't like frameworks, especially if they rely on other frameworks so much that you basically have another language.

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    Honestly its a good practice. He puts you to check the documentation and work with what you have so that you don't write reduntant code.
    You will not belive how many times i saw a clearFix, clear-fix in different parts of code because people don't want to check what they have already.

    Bootstrap is pretty good and the documentation is awesome.
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    @curlyDev that's basically true. Today he said: if you don't have my terminal settings, I will not help you. Btw his terminal settings are a specific console script, fint size 14, no colors (putty btw). It's not a big deal for me, but it's like: hey, you are new to this stuff and I will show you how it's done. May be true for most of the course, but as for me: I work with shells for 10 years or so. It's like a part of myself. He basically tells me to forget who I am...
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    The devils greatest trick is to convince man to use his framework
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