Remember the positive feedback

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Jonas Mandahl Pedersen

Remember the positive feedback

Post by Jonas Mandahl Pedersen » 19 Aug 2005, 12:24

 Posted by:  Jonas Mandahl Pedersen 

Dear NG and Gupta

Gupta has received a lot of criticism the last many years.

Some has been fair some has not.

I just read a post from "aart" yesterday in forum connectivity 19/5/2005,
and felt remorse.

Here are my prayers to Gupta and this community.

Lets try with a little more positive approach.

I have been working with Gupta/Centura products the last 7 years and I think
a lot has changed to the better.

By constantly firing criticism at Gupta it is hard for them to convince the
world to buy their products.

I assume we are doing it out of frustration, but it is not the right way if
we want Gupta to be around for a long time.

It is undermining our own products existence.

To the many Hippocrates, that hate TD and SAL, why don't you find another
job where you can work with the tools you like?

I think we need more positive stories.

I recently opened my own company in the UK, and decided to base my new
product on Gupta TD 2005.

It was a surprising strategy to many advisors, but I have not regretted my
decision once.

Yes the license cost of TD is a bit higher than visual studio.net, but the
time I have saved in development covers for more than 10 licenses of Visual
studio.

My product is now in production at the first hospital, and I have not had
one crash yet, caused by Gupta.

I think no other tool, would enable me to create a complex patient
administration system single hand in less than 7 months.

Through the CDK I have created a loot of code generators, made an automatic
build tool, and a visual test tool (will be posted in forum sourcecode when
I get the time to wrap it up).

This has helped me a lot in securing quality and stability.

I look forward to the XML part in next version of Gupta.

To the many clever Gupta developers in this forum:

Lets join forces and work together with Gupta rather than against them, and
secure the future for our many lines of beautiful SAL code.

That was my thoughts; let us know what you think.

Jonas

--
Best Regards

Monica Martinsen
Director of Sales and Marketing
ZuluZoft ltd.
1 Kilmorey Park Road
Hoole
CH2 3QT
Chester, Cheshire
+44 (0) 1244 312 362
+44 (0) 7704 510 392
Mail: Monica@zuluzoft.com
www.ZuluZoft.com

Tyhonan \(Tyno\) Darod

Remember the positive feedback

Post by Tyhonan \(Tyno\) Darod » 19 Aug 2005, 13:35

 Posted by:  Tyhonan \(Tyno\) Darod 

Good for you, Jonas. It's about time somebody speak in favor of Gupta Technologies. The future is bright for Gupta and I'm sure
you'll be excited with the new release of Team Developer 2005.1 (XML, etc.)

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Dear NG and Gupta

Gupta has received a lot of criticism the last many years.

Some has been fair some has not.

I just read a post from "aart" yesterday in forum connectivity 19/5/2005,
and felt remorse.

Here are my prayers to Gupta and this community.

Lets try with a little more positive approach.

I have been working with Gupta/Centura products the last 7 years and I think
a lot has changed to the better.

By constantly firing criticism at Gupta it is hard for them to convince the
world to buy their products.

I assume we are doing it out of frustration, but it is not the right way if
we want Gupta to be around for a long time.

It is undermining our own products existence.

To the many Hippocrates, that hate TD and SAL, why don't you find another
job where you can work with the tools you like?

I think we need more positive stories.

I recently opened my own company in the UK, and decided to base my new
product on Gupta TD 2005.

It was a surprising strategy to many advisors, but I have not regretted my
decision once.

Yes the license cost of TD is a bit higher than visual studio.net, but the
time I have saved in development covers for more than 10 licenses of Visual
studio.

My product is now in production at the first hospital, and I have not had
one crash yet, caused by Gupta.

I think no other tool, would enable me to create a complex patient
administration system single hand in less than 7 months.

Through the CDK I have created a loot of code generators, made an automatic
build tool, and a visual test tool (will be posted in forum sourcecode when
I get the time to wrap it up).

This has helped me a lot in securing quality and stability.

I look forward to the XML part in next version of Gupta.

To the many clever Gupta developers in this forum:

Lets join forces and work together with Gupta rather than against them, and
secure the future for our many lines of beautiful SAL code.

That was my thoughts; let us know what you think.

Jonas

--
Best Regards

Monica Martinsen
Director of Sales and Marketing
ZuluZoft ltd.
1 Kilmorey Park Road
Hoole
CH2 3QT
Chester, Cheshire
+44 (0) 1244 312 362
+44 (0) 7704 510 392
Mail: Monica@zuluzoft.com
www.ZuluZoft.com

Sue Penrose

Remember the positive feedback

Post by Sue Penrose » 19 Aug 2005, 14:38

 Posted by:  Sue Penrose 

Hear, hear. I can't understand how anyone could not love Gupta. I've recently been doing a little coding in PLSQL - it's like going back to the dark ages when I used to program in Fortran or assembler.

I don't regret devoting the last 12 years to SQLWindows development.

GUPTA FOREVER!!!!

Sue

Ian Rudge

Remember the positive feedback

Post by Ian Rudge » 22 Aug 2005, 12:07

 Posted by:  Ian Rudge 

Bravo and well said.

11 years on and still wouldn't swap.

I have managed to write Payroll,Hr,Personnel,Finance Suite,Property Management, Asset Management, Fee Control systems all by myself.

If my company realised how easy it has become they would cut my salary by half :-)

Ian Rudge

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