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comment Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
In the end, the app will be deployed on Win machines, so C++ or .NET seems rather equal for almost every problem mentionned
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comment Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
Team will go for it if we do. The thing is, I've spent the last 5 years trying to eradicate MS from the company. I'd like C++ to be the right choice. But my consciousness hurts.
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comment Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
We've come from raw php to uml, frameworks, versioning, documenting and other processes in a few months. Such surprises are now a requirement :) We've been working with the outsource since, and I've come to trust them for being responsible and qualified. That being said, "not that big a deal" is an answer in itself.
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comment Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
"You won't have the experience to reign in the outsourcers" note that I do not have experience on C++ either
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comment Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
This would not be just a transition : we will, anyway, keep a strong foot in opensource world. The question is, do we try to step one in MS's, at the same time ?
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comment Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
"your linux and PHP intuitions will fail you in the Windows environment" that's the kind of fear I have... Can you share experience on the subject ?
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comment Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
Should I consider .NET people will be lost for OpenSource work ? Keep in mind that I'm trying to compare the cost of affecting permanently resources on .NET against the cost on developping under C++. Formation will be needed there too. :)
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comment Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
In the case .NET is choosen, we do intend to get trained. The main question is : can we get a satisfying experience when we are used to live in an opensource context.
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comment Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
@DocBrown our responsibilities will be to review the code and ensure maintenance for users, not directly make the app
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comment Can a small team enter .NET world while most of them are working on OpenSource languages?
@AndyC yes we outsource it, meaning that
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