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Sat Mar 15 15:37:26 EDT 2008
> ...will confort experienced programmers in their view of Rev as a
> cheap toy for beginners
Dude, having a priced-like-a-disposable-toy $49 version does far more
for that than a single line in one press release.
Besides, as I've mentioned before, when it comes to evangelizing Rev as
a second language, a single line in one press release is nothing
compared to the nature of Rev itself:
One could argue that whatever more "professional" wording you might
prefer would be even more misleading, because ultimately no matter how
you seduce an experienced programmer to using Rev, the language and
object model will always and only be very different from anything
they've learned before.
I don't think this is necessarily a bad thing, but if you really think
this one line from a single press release is going to have more impact
on adoption among professional developers than the product experience
itself, I would encourage you to reconsider your premise. That press
release has already left the station, and there are much, much bigger
fish to fry....
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