Defending the Python lanuage...
Hernan M. Foffani
hfoffani at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 2 19:46:38 CET 2002
> > I fully agree that when a manager evaluates techs alternatives the
> > decision may be affected by non-tech factors. I don't think many
> > readers here would deny such claim and c.l.py is a great forum to
> > look for answers on TECH's issues of Python.
> Wait just a moment here ... what are you saying here? c.l.py is a
> great place to tooks for tech's issues But we don't consider
> issues ...
> Well in the ***real*** world where i live all descission are taken
> managers !
I meant to say managment issues that doesn't have to do or relate to
Python itself but, say, to business or customer policies.
For example, if your CEO states: "We are an Oracle partner, so
everything in PL/SQL" how much is left to say?
Of course, I accept that turning those cases in Python succesful
won't be offtopic.
What I do saw in c.l.py from time to time and annoys me a lot is
confusing techs issues with business ones and perhaps I was being a
unfair with you.
Worst, may be is just that *I* don't want to read hundreds of posts
on proj-mgmnt here... Heh... So that's MY problem, aint so? :-(
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