Revolution in Programming for Dummies (was RE: Rev_rant part 4)

Judy Perry jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Wed Nov 15 01:12:18 EST 2006


This is REALLY lovely news!

Gotta go buy that book!  If nothing else, I can show it to my department
the next time I ask..., er, beg, them for new Rev licenses for my lab :-D

Judy

On Tue, 14 Nov 2006, Lynn Fredricks wrote:

> > Is there some kind of deal on Rev as well (Free 2.2.1
> > license?) Whenever
> > I've purchased this kind of book before there's always been
> > some kind of
> > restricted use product (Codewarrior/RB) with deals on
> > upgrading to the full
> > package.
>
> Aha, that would be telling! ;-) Once must acquire the book or wait for the
> official press release to find out what free goodies are on the disk, and
> whose Rev made or Rev related programs got onto the disk or appear as
> screenshots therein... :-)
>
> > As a hobbyist myself I expect this bodes well for me - should
> > introduce more
> > 'part time programmers' to Rev which should keep the pressure
> > on Rev to tier
> > their product aggressively to catch potential customers.
> > Particularly it
> > should be a constant reminder to Rev that it IS a valid entry
> > level product
> > - IMHO it is THE entry level product:-) I've occasionally
> > been concerned by
> > OT  discussions on this list suggesting Rev leave the
> > hobbyists behind and
> > focus on the big spenders:-(
>
> Don't forget Revolution Media. Comes with some nice templates and costs less
> than an Xbox 360 game :-)
>
> Best regards,
>
>
> Lynn Fredricks
> Worldwide Business Operations
> Runtime Revolution, Ltd
>
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