Like you, I don’t like Valentine’s day But bear with me, listen to what I got to say
I adore how everyone depends on you to make software strong, safe and work everywhere People say I’m cool too and I can change looks to be the most beautiful out there
I promise not to be jealous and impatient when you want to code Instead, I’ll make it as easy for you to build native and cross platform, even on the road
Whether you want full coding control or just a quick drag and drop I’ve got the best tools, start playing, you won’t be able to stop
Roll me out in the cloud, on-premise, hybrid, there is nothing I can't weather Anything goes as long as you want, we can be together
So do not be sentimental, hanging on to what you got You need to become modern and I’m the one that’s hot
I think Marian's post should be the accepted answer
Isn't there a classroom edition that is free?
Yea, there is a classroom edition, but you can only download it once and then you're done. So if you down load it at home to try it out, and then try at a company it seems to say "You've done this enough times! Go away!"
Scott AugéPresidentAmduus Information Works, Inc.Technical Services for Business and Governmenthttp://www.amduus.com/cms
> Yea, there is a classroom edition, but you can only download it once and then you're done. So if you down load it at home to try it out, and then try at a company it seems to say "You've done this enough times! Go away!"
Is that correct?
If so, is it a good idea?
I think only allowing one download defeats the purpose of what I thought PSC was trying to do. IMHO that classroom edition should be allowed to be downloaded over and over.
Marian's answer is a good one. But even with an oe 'express' line I doubt if oe can survive. Are you seeing what is happening in Holland (you're working there) Monique? Or do you live with your head in the clouds? The old story, I guess you do not want to hear it again, going on for many years already: companies are phasing oe out. No companies are starting new development with oe. Many jobs are on legacy maintenance, on applications that reached their end of life.