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Tue Nov 16 12:05:45 EST 2010
Sorry if I sounded snobby Richmond. Not my intent. I was just saying that I don't think the point about telling too much about a developer environment to people who already show aptitude for the skill is a valid one for the reason stated.
On Nov 16, 2010, at 8:56 AM, Richmond wrote:
> On 11/16/2010 06:46 PM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
>> That's because they are just kids. This target market is seasoned developers looking for a "better way" to do what they already can.
> I was not replying to some question about what RR/LC's target market might or might not be.
> I was replying to the claim that because RR/LC was extremely powerful it would turn off
> Between "seasoned" developers (why does that word "seasoned" make me want to say
> "Isn't it time you had a bath?" ?) and "just kids" (and, by-ther-way, "just kids" turn into
> adults [by an entirely natural process, so I am led to believe] with money in their pockets)
> there is a whole continuum of people who might, just possibly, be interested in RR/LC;
> and if RunRev ONLY target "seasoned" developers they might be missing a lot of would-be
> Why do these discussions always end in somebody getting "all snobby" about developers?
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