[OG] Fwd: NetBeans db tooling: Tell us what you want

Hi All,
I thought some on this list might be interested in the following survey.
Apologies for the noise to those not using netbeans.

Cheers
Mark

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Van C. [email protected]
Date: Oct 20, 2007 5:59 AM
Subject: NetBeans db tooling: Tell us what you want
To: [email protected], [email protected]

Hi, all. I’m the architect for database tooling in NetBeans. I’m
not a Ruby developer (I know, I know, what’s wrong with me :)), and
I need your guidance as to what tooling, if any, you need for
databases as a Ruby developer.

I know ActiveRecord and migrations take care of a lot of things, but
maybe there are still some things you need. Sometimes you still do
need to drop into SQL, and maybe you need to know what SQL is actually
being sent to the database, things like that.

I have put together a very short survey (it should take you no more
than ten minutes) for specific features I am not sure of. I think
some of these you would rate as “not important” but perhaps there are
some you think are important, and I’d like to know what those are.

There is also a space for you to provide your own comments on what you
think is missing.

Please take a look at

http://FreeOnlineSurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=jbk4vr915xv9qr0350286

Your help is much appreciated!

Mark Van De Vyver wrote:

Hi All,
I thought some on this list might be interested in the following survey.
Apologies for the noise to those not using netbeans.

It may be worthwhile for folks on this list to contact the survey owner
and let him know that question #1 shows a profound ignorance.

Tell him that many people develop in a language called “Ruby”, and that
it should be among the options for that question.


James B.

“I never dispute another person’s delusions, just their facts.”

  • Len Bullard

Done :slight_smile:

James B. schreef:

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