If they target .NET I mean, I've heard you can get acceptable results on that stack so some respect is due to those people.
On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 4:42 PM, Henrik Sarvell <hsarv...@gmail.com> wrote: > I'm sorry to have to say this but these people are only "real" programmers > if they don't target the MS stack with .NET etc, the whole WAMP, XAMPP posse > are just hobbyists and not a iota of energy should be spent to make their > lives easier. > > They have to suffer, as much as possible. > > > > On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 2:34 PM, Jakob Eriksson <ja...@vmlinux.org> wrote: > >> On Thu, Sep 08, 2011 at 08:30:58AM +0200, Alexander Burger wrote: >> > >> > Sure, if you consider the sheer number of installations and users. >> > >> > When talking about "interesting segments", I meant that the major >> > battlefields these days are either in the smartphones and tablet area, >> > with server (cloud) systems, or - traditionally (also in terms of sheer >> > numbers), but largely unnoticed by the consumer - embedded systems. The >> > desktop is losing importance. >> > >> > Especially for embedded systems PicoLisp might still have unexplored >> > potential (right, Jakob?), but also for distributed databases. >> >> I agree except that MANY who target Linux in web installations use >> Windows on their desktop. They are used to able to run Apache, PHP, >> Perl, Python stacks on the Windows desktops and then push that code >> to the Linux servers. >> >> So I think PicoLisp on Windows could easily double PicoLisp userbase, >> probably more. >> +1 on embedded, especially MiniPicolisp. >> >> >> //Jakob >> >> -- >> UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Unsubscribe >> > >