[Seaside] Re: Re: Showing Seaside .... but must show Smalltalk atthesame time

Germán S. Arduino gsa at softhome.net
Thu Jan 6 20:50:20 CET 2005

Well, certainly I've made some questions to the team.

They are a small team of 3 people interested in develop, by now, small web 
apps that runs at the intranet level.

That means that we can consider anything because not problems with hosting 
related stuff (The server will be in house).

By other hand, they know ASP but also feel that need a lot of time to 
develop complete applications, then I want to show, mainly, the better 
development productivity.


"Yar Hwee Boon" <hboon at motionobj.com> escribió en el mensaje 
news:opsj6346gpapbmxm at mail.motionobj.com...
> On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 16:18:13 -0300, Germán S. Arduino <gsa at softhome.net> 
> wrote:
>> Yes, that is the situation. The audience are programmers (that don't know
>> Smalltalk, only MS stuffs) and if they are convincend then I can works in
>> the project with these guys, as a sort of consultant.
> Would you be able to take questions beforehand? You could also target 
> specific areas where Seaside and .Net are similar/different, eg. Edit and 
> Continue, how easy it is to create components/controls, source 
> control/team development, integration with database, etc? One particular 
> issue that might be relevant is whether they would think Seaside/Squeak in 
> general is lacking as in not ready out of the box, potentially requiring 
> someone to build certain features that they might see as part of the 
> product or readily available, say for example load balancing.
> -- 
> Regards
> HweeBoon
> MotionObj 

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