Not if I can help it.
Why do I keep feeling that 99% of LiveCode's woes come down to marketing?
isn't actually experience in a tool marketed as to "create your own apps", right?
As I was wandering down the road from signing 28 pointless documents at my accountant's office towards the bank
to bung some money in one account, take some money out of another, and sort out the "актуализация" as one
), I just happened to get into a chat on the pavement with the lead programmer of a company that does
a lot of out-sourcing in North America, and he pointed out, "What you have done with those kids, and what I have
seen of LiveCode, is that you have got them thinking in such a way that when they come up against C++ and C# they
can get on with it really easily."
SO: "who gives a monkey's" if the market needs C++ and C#, Java and whatever, when children can get the initial
bump-up they need with LiveCode? Having got that initial bump-up, all those languages that are in demand are considerably
more accessible in a way that they would not be had those children not had "a belt" of LiveCode to get the old grey cells
working in a way that is required for computer programming.
But I have said, written and screaned this many, many times before . . . .