[Seaside] hello and a flood of questions..

sergio sergio at village-buzz.com
Mon Oct 27 13:26:16 UTC 2008

On Oct 23, 2008, at 8:38 AM, James Foster wrote:

> presentation I make to Ruby groups. See http://programminggems.wordpress.com/2008/09/22/video/ 
>  for the links. GemStone supports the use of Monticello for source  
> code management so you can develop in Squeak and deploy in GemStone/ 
> S. GemStone has a no-cost version for up to 4 GB of data.

hey, james..

i went through your video last night (i started at midnight.. so it  
was a late night..)

and i was TOTALLY impressed! great job you did on the background  

i think i am beginning to grasp smalltalk..

i do have one question for you..

how does gemstone differ from the server that comes natively with  
seaside? i would really like to try it for a few test application, and  
see how big my database gets.. but i imagine that 4G is ALOT of data..


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