someone noticed this one?
alex at tweedly.net
Fri Oct 22 07:12:59 CDT 2004
At 12:21 22/10/2004 +0200, Klaus Major wrote:
>But this is the last posting of this list and i thought that all should
I received a copy of that message. I thought it had come on in on this list
(because of my mail filters putting almost anything to do with Revolution
into a separate single folder), but checking back I see it didn't appear here.
I did wonder if there was some risk of conflict between this service that
RR will offer and existing consultants - and then figured that since no-one
mentioned it, I was just being overly sensitive on behalf of you guys who
make a living from this kind of thing.
>>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 Launched
>>Reply-To: heather at runrev.com
>>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 multi-platform
>>applications from software that may have outgrown its original development
>>environment. Runtime specializes in porting solutions originally written in
>>FileMaker, Visual Basic, HyperCard, SuperCard and other tools. The company
>>can enhance, modernize or even completely overhaul existing titles, before
>>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 compared
>>with traditional languages. The company recently released version 2.5
>>of Revolution, which is used by thousands of professional developers
>>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...
Or the one about "porting solution originally written in ..." ?
Doesn't a very similar statement appear on a number of websites of
contributors here ?
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