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

Chipp Walters chipp at chipp.com
Wed Sep 1 16:36:21 EDT 2004

Dan, I agree with you. It all depends on who's perspective you're 
looking at this from.

For me to take 10 hours to evaluate a $99 purchase, doesn't make sense. 
Of course, for others, it may make sense.

I'm curious how many hours other developers spent with trial versions of 
RR before committing any $$? The first time I played with RR for about 2 
hours and then bought it.


Dan Shafer wrote:

> 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

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