| Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2007 09:14:49 +0000
| From: "oscar cassetti " <oscar.getstring at gmail.com>
|[ ... ]
| The next version of our core software will be web based.
I hope it will be better debugged then yer website
(www.phorest.com), where, to take just one example
of several, the “Terms + Conditions” (at the bottom)
hyperlink results in a 404 error.
|[ ... ] The team has good experience in Java, Delphi
| and Ruby. So what language and database should we use?
Ones that are “fit for purpose”. They may not be any
of those you have experience with, albeit a bias to
those you do have experience with is understandable.
You should be able to determine the fitness metrics
from yer model, as verified by yer prototypes, so I
fail see the point of this follow-the-trailing-edge
exercise. The sort of thing you are doing might be
helpful in _finding_ candidates which are (possibly)
“fit for purpose”?
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