This Is What Makes It All Worth It

posted on 02/06/08 at 10:52:25 pm by Joel Ross

Today, we met to figure out what's left for v3 of the NuSoft Framework. We're close - another week or two and we should be ready. We had a few heated discussions over a couple of points, but in the end, we figured it out.

This is something that a few of us at NuSoft have decided is worth our efforts, even though we don't get dedicated time to work on it. We're using it internally at NuSoft on a lot of projects, so we get good feedback internally, but we haven't gotten a ton from external sources. We don't really know how many (if any) are using it.

Which lead me to wonder recently if it's worth the effort to put this out - it's more effort to do this in a public setting rather than an internal setting. And just as I'm starting to wonder about that, we get this:

I am writing a custom software application for someone and I had the NuSoft Framework recommended to me. The only problem is the framework is designed for a SQL database and due to the constraints of the system I needed to use an Access database. But I decided to give the framework a try anyways. So I changed my Access datababse into a SQL database in order to generate the code and after I generated the code I had to make some modifications so it would run against the Access database. It only took me a few hours to make some of the changes just to get it going, but once I had made some changes it was super easy to use and it is amazing. It has saved me so much time and even though I find I need to change some of the SQL statements to work properly it is wonderful. Thank you so much for releasing it. It has saved me hours of work.

And that right there is why I do it!


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