Rev Media and the product line gap
revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Fri Mar 31 17:19:36 CST 2006
Then I stand corrected. And it's nice to know that there are some trained
professional programmers out there in RevolutionLand!
On 3/31/06, Jerry Daniels <jerry at daniels-mara.com> wrote:
> I wish I was an inventive user. It sounds fun. But I do this for a
> living and was trained--initially by a small Chinese woman from
> Southern Illinois University with a very high voice and a love of
> punch cards--in 1968.
> I use Revolution because I like it and can make a living at it.
> Jerry Daniels
> Buy Constellation from Runtime Revolution!
> On Mar 31, 2006, at 4:06 PM, Dan Shafer wrote:
> > Chipp, by that standard, is a self-described Inventive User. So am
> > I. So, I
> > think, is Jerry Daniels. I suspect Richard Gaskin falls into that
> > category
> > as do all of the educational folks here and.... You get the idea. I
> > think
> > the "sweet spot" for Rev *is* the Inventive User. in fact, I think
> > very few
> > professional programmers will adopt Rev for a host of reasons I've
> > gone into
> > before.
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