@tty To me that would indicate choosing technology based on your needs. Generally implying the simplest technology which gets the job done nicely, and understanding the technologies enough to know which uses it's suited to.

As opposed to, as I've heard it put, "hitting everything with a hammer to see what's a nail".


@tty An example from the technology industry: not using a relational database to power webservice when you're not actually benefitting from their declarative & highly optimized query engines, whilst acknowledging there's valid uses for relational databases.

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