Fwd: MacWorld part 2
psahores at easynet.fr
Sat Jan 15 17:11:44 CST 2005
Jean Hélion was, naturally, the One and not the Babelfished "Helium".
Sorry for that !
Début du message réexpédié :
> De: Pierre Sahores <psahores at easynet.fr>
> Date: 16 janvier 2005 00:04:59 GMT+01:00
> À: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
> Cc: Pierre Sahores <psahores at easynet.fr>
> Objet: Rép : MacWorld part 2
> "I start to include/understand how a bundle of radish can sometimes
> contain the entire world." Jean Helium (painter... of bundles of
> radish but not only).
> Just a little correction to the first line of the previous post :
> please read 100 ko instead of 100 kb where needed.
> Gruss Gott, Klaus and All ;-)
> Le 15 janv. 05, à 20:05, Klaus Major a écrit :
>> Bon soir Pierre,
>>> Hello There,
>>> XTalk is still the onest development paradigm able to let us build a
>>> fourty different screens web app in less than 100 kb of code (PG
>>> backend management included)... and it's just why we are right in
>>> going head with Rev instead of any 10 years to old programming
>>> concepts, Java or Labview avatars included. Last year, i went back
>>> to the university to get an up to date computer science master. I
>>> got it successfully but... i did'nt learn any real usefull think in
>>> the courses ! Why ? Just because the teatchers are payed to form
>>> "slave level only engeniers", the kind of hard coders that are
>>> sharing the same knoweage all over the world, the kind of people
>>> that are never going to become free and (et little to expensive)
>>> experts able to build great apps by them self without having to
>>> depend from others, the company they are working for included...
>>> If Rev make us, day after day, more reliable developers, it's
>>> probably because the more experimented we are becoming, the less we
>>> are coding because each progression in design and conceptual terms
>>> help us to do always more, faster and securly in less code. Rev is
>>> my first designer's and main development framework and i just love
>>> to use it each day. Thanks to all Scott, The Rev Team and our so
>>> elegant and kind lists community.
>> BRAVO!!! Very well put, mon ami!
>> Thank you very much fpr this excellent rant, or "mercy boku", as our
>> american friends might say ;-)
>>> Best Regards,
>>> Bien cordialement, Pierre Sahores
>> Klaus Major
>> klaus at major-k.de
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