I just read this blog post, Frameworks are fundamentally broken. Many of the points highlighted resonated with me. Then I realised that I blogged about an aspect of the problem that can occur with frameworks. It was a few years back, in fact in 2010 as I just verified. I kept my post at a high level, taking the discussion above Rails and other particular paradigms but focusing on the cognitive load aspect alone.
Tim’s article calls for reflexion. My own take on the issue was triggered as I spotted a rant on Rails (of Ruby on Rails). My post is Code frameworks and ghettos, where creativity gets a lock-in