There's quite a few points in here I agree with, but:
- I actually like writing SQL! I definitely feel a lot more productive with SQL at the data layer.
- I don't think any of this is going to change, except maybe around the edges. Data (and the database that holds it) is the centre of gravity for most applications, and therefore the hardest and slowest area to change.
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