Buzzword Buster – Low Ceremony

One of a new wave of buzzwords that have been made popular by the emerging breed of Ruby/Scala developers, low ceremony is usually used to describe web frameworks – if a framework is "low ceremony" then the amount of setup/configuration it requires is minimal and the central idea is that it will stay out of your work and lets you focus on your code.

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