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

Peter T. Evensen pevensen at siboneylg.com
Wed Sep 8 11:04:12 CDT 2004


How about a graduate research project comparing the development 
productivity with Revolution over Java (let's say).   This could get 
Revolution noticed in the academic circles and perhaps spawn more 
interested and research.

At 11:03 PM 9/7/2004, you wrote:
>Still, I think that the educators on this list aught to band up and figure
>out ways to evangelize the product.  It costs us little (I think) and
>helps us justify our tool of choice.  We somehow have to get publication
>notice -- both refereed and 'popular' press reviews, articles, etc.
>written and published.
>
>I need to work on my own Rev 'case study' for the company... and others do
>too.  It would be good if we could all focus on a slightly different facet
>(for example, as my class is largely CS-majors, focus on producing proof
>of concept game dev stuff in short order; perhaps Devin @ BYU could take
>the newbie/humanities angle... Marty can do the middle-school intro to
>programming...).
>
>Aren't I great for coming up with work for *other* folks? @;-)
>
>Judy
>
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