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hi
where are you from?
what's your msn?
i am create a software as a game for super games


2006/11/10, Leslie Viljoen <leslieviljoen / gmail.com>:
>
> On 11/10/06, Scott <bauer.mail / gmail.com> wrote:
> > If you'll still be developing and deploying on a Windows box, you can
> > use RubyCLR to leverage your existing C# classes.
>
> I have looked at RubyCLR but it seems really green. I have not gotten
> it working yet because last time I tried I couldn't compile it and
> this time it's not working on Ruby 1.8.4 yet. I don't think I can
> actually propose it for our projects yet, but I am eagerly watching
> it.
>
> > What is the timeframe for the project?  I think you'd be much better
> > off spending the beginning of the project getting everyone up to speed
> > on RoR than doing concurrent development, since one team will have
> > wasted 2 weeks of work when the decision is made.  Is
> > internationalization support required?
>
> Timeframe is about 6 months according to marketing, although our
> initial estimate puts it at a bit over a year. The faster we can go
> the better for us (obviously). A good question is which choice would
> make the development quickest. Internationalization is not required
> but may be after a few releases.
>
> If we do the spikes, we'll start with Ruby and see how the others
> adapt. If there are serious problems we'll investigate further, or
> we'll just start design.
>
>
>
>
> > Leslie Viljoen wrote:
> > > I have the deciding vote in a new (rather large) web app we need to
> > > develop. I am experienced in Rails, but the other 2 guys on the team
> > > know only C# and very basic Ruby. About 25% of the app could benefit
> > > from existing classes written in C#.
> > >
> > > So I could force everyone to learn ROR, which they may or may not
> > > thank me for, or I could learn ASP.NET. I know C# well but have never
> > > used ASP.NET.
> > >
> > > I doubt execution speed would be a factor, since the bottleneck will
> > > be in the database and there would be very few concurrent users. We'd
> > > make a lot of use of Ajax.
> > >
> > > So is there any advice? Anything I should take into account? Has
> > > anyone done large projects in both environments?
> > >
> > > Les
> > >
> > > --
> > > Man's unfailing capacity to believe what he prefers to be true rather
> > > than what the evidence shows to be likely and possible has always
> > > astounded me. We long for a caring Universe which will save us from
> > > our childish mistakes, and in the face of mountains of evidence to the
> > > contrary we will pin all our hopes on the slimmest of doubts. God has
> > > not been proven not to exist, therefore he must exist.
> > >
> > > - Prokhor Zakharov
> >
> >
> >
>
>
> --
> Man's unfailing capacity to believe what he prefers to be true rather
> than what the evidence shows to be likely and possible has always
> astounded me. We long for a caring Universe which will save us from
> our childish mistakes, and in the face of mountains of evidence to the
> contrary we will pin all our hopes on the slimmest of doubts. God has
> not been proven not to exist, therefore he must exist.
>
> - Prokhor Zakharov
>
>

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