someone noticed this one?
klaus at major-k.de
Fri Oct 22 05:21:19 CDT 2004
looks like there is another list, with extremely low traffic,
but maybe because it is mostly unknown...
But this is the last posting of this list and i thought that all should
> From: Heather Nagey <heather at runrev.com>
> Date: 19. Oktober 2004 16:39:37 GMT+02:00
> To: <revolution at lists.runrev.com>
> Subject: Revolution Based Software Development Consulting Service
> Reply-To: heather at runrev.com
> Dear Revolution list members,
> This is to let you know that Runtime Revolution have just launched a
> consulting service to complement its line of professional developer
> The consulting service will allow existing Revolution developers to add
> built-to-order features to the Revolution technology, or to provide
> customized versions of the technology.
> "This is a great new service that now allows any company to benefit
> the time saving benefits of Revolution, regardless of whether they have
> development team in-house" said Kevin Miller, CEO of Runtime
> By applying the Revolution technology to the consulting process, the
> company can provide multimedia, database front ends, custom software
> enterprise solutions more efficiently than by using traditional
> development processes. The finished solution can then be deployed and
> subsequently maintained for Windows, Mac, Linux and UNIX platforms
> without additional costs.
> Runtime is providing the following services:
> - Tailor made multimedia solutions
> - Business applications and database front ends
> - Porting titles to the Mac, Windows or Linux platforms
> - Adding custom features to the Revolution technology platform
> - Building customized versions of the Revolution technology
> - Enterprise solutions
> - IT solutions
> - And more
> This new service is ideal for creating robust and flexible
> applications from software that may have outgrown its original
> environment. Runtime specializes in porting solutions originally
> written in
> FileMaker, Visual Basic, HyperCard, SuperCard and other tools. The
> can enhance, modernize or even completely overhaul existing titles,
> delivering them in a flexible multi-platform format.
> Revolution's high level development system, point and click interface
> builder, together with its very high level programming language, can
> reduce development time and consulting costs by up to 90%, when
> with traditional languages. The company recently released version 2.5
> of Revolution, which is used by thousands of professional developers
> every day.
> For more information on this new consulting service or the Revolution
> technology, you can visit the company's web site at
Any comments? ;-)
I have to say that i am not very happy with these news,
especially with the two marked items above...
klaus at major-k.de
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