13 minutes ago, MasterPi wrote
It would also suck more without tech provided by those supposed lightweights in Seattle or raw silicon designed by Intel R&D in Portland and manufactured in one of their major sites spread across Phoenix...
But none of this matters because problems are not centralized to any particular location. You're not going to convince the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center to switch to React.js just because the trend in SV is to do so. For established organizations, those choices are made internally for specific issues they deal with, and being out of date with a tech trend isn't really a high priority issue. I don't hate SV...it's a great test bed for ideas, but it doesn't reflect any reality beyond the needs of the entrepreneurs and college grads who flock there.