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

Dan Shafer revdan at danshafer.com
Fri Sep 3 10:56:25 EDT 2004

I do not necessarily disagree with  you, Judy, about the 10-hour limit. 
I just don't think we have enough data points yet to know for sure, 
that's all.


On Sep 3, 2004, at 7:43 AM, Judy Perry wrote:

> I agree.  I don't argue that Rev flood the market with free software 
> for
> educators.  I simply do not believe that 10 hours is a sufficient 
> amount
> of time for learning/evaluation and that even the mere *perception* 
> that
> "real developers" get 30 days and lowly newbies get 10 hours looks bad.
> Worse than bad: it looks like either the company isn't serious or it 
> has a
> bias against this particular market (something which, incidentally, I
> don't believe is true).
> Judy
> On Thu, 2 Sep 2004, Dan Shafer wrote:
>> That sounds like I agree with Judy and Marian. I don't. Because the
>> difference here is two-fold. First, RunRev doesn't have the resources
>> to wait four years for college grads to enter the job market with
>> experience in Revolution. They have to make profits now.
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