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What is better: Fast development or a fast application?   [Edit]

Survey period: 16 Oct 2000 to 22 Oct 2000

What is more important to the average software house: Getting a product out on time with minimal development and support costs, or an application that is smaller, faster and more powerful?

OptionVotes% 
Development time and support is expensive, so we use RAD tools wherever possible.3914.0339 votes, 14.03%
Computers are fast enough - we go for RAD over application speed if possible.2910.4329 votes, 10.43%
They are both equally important.9835.2598 votes, 35.25%
RAD is nice but we prefer the 'hands on' approach to development.6222.3062 votes, 22.30%
Application speed and size are critical, so we avoid RAD if it compromises either.5017.9950 votes, 17.99%



 
GeneralCorporate or Commercial? PinsussJim Wuerch16-Oct-00 10:35 
GeneralRe: Corporate or Commercial? PinsussChris Maunder16-Oct-00 11:22 
GeneralRe: Corporate or Commercial? PinsussJim Wuerch16-Oct-00 14:39 
GeneralThis smells like a VB vs. VC++ question... PinsussAlvaro Mendez16-Oct-00 9:50 
GeneralRe: This smells like a VB vs. VC++ question... PinsussJim Wuerch16-Oct-00 10:46 
GeneralRe: This smells like a VB vs. VC++ question... PinsussAlvaro Mendez16-Oct-00 10:59 
GeneralRe: This smells like a VB vs. VC++ question... PinsussChris Maunder16-Oct-00 11:30 
GeneralRe: This smells like a VB vs. VC++ question... PinsussPaul19-Oct-00 16:00 
GeneralRe: This smells like a VB vs. VC++ question... PinsussEli Vingot22-Oct-00 8:04 
GeneralRe: This smells like a VB vs. VC++ question... PinsussEli Vingot22-Oct-00 8:04 

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