Why 10 hours for a newbie and 30 days for a "programmer" ?

Dan Shafer revdan at danshafer.com
Wed Sep 1 14:05:22 CDT 2004


Marian....

With all due respect, I don't think ANY of us is in a position to make 
that judgment without taking the time to look at the experience itself. 
My first cut is that 10 hours just to figure out if it's a tool worth 
investing $100 in is plenty but I don't have any more sound basis for 
that judgment than you do for yours.

Dan

On Sep 1, 2004, at 11:23 AM, Marian Petrides wrote:

> That may well be true but the number of hours needs to be closer to 30 
> or 40 to give a reasonable amount of time to learn your way around and 
> then kick the tires a bit.
>
> On Sep 1, 2004, at 2:21 PM, Dan Shafer wrote:
>
>> The decision to limit by hours of use rather than be elapsed calendar 
>> days is brilliant. The number may or may not need adjustment, but the 
>> principle is right.
>
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