[Seaside] the elevator pitch for seaside
avi at dabbledb.com
Sun May 4 02:22:09 UTC 2008
Agreed. In fact, these days I rarely even mention flow. Instead, I would
say a key elevator pitch is "callbacks, not field names".
On Sat, May 3, 2008 at 8:53 AM, Lukas Renggli <renggli at gmail.com> wrote:
> I try to avoid mentioning continuations at all (with the exception of
> a scientific talk).
> Continuations don't add any value to a presentation, make you look
> geeky and at best scare people off. Even developers don't need to know
> about that internal implementation detail. Only show how easy it is to
> define flow.
> The same for persistency. This is something commercial vendors worry
> On 5/3/08, Randal L. Schwartz <merlyn at stonehenge.com> wrote:
> > >From
> > But I think I've come up with a good elevator pitch for "why Seaside
> > not [insert other framework here]", that centers on three key items:
> > abstracted control flows, live debugging, and persistence without
> > If you have any input, leave it on the blog, or followup here. I'm
> > my talk in seven hours, and am trying to do some last minute
> > --
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