Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 21st Aug 2005 14:40 UTC, submitted by mlauzon
Linux "10 days? Well that hardly sounds hard enough! Sure, it doesn't sound so hard but take in account that over 500 million of us use a Windows OS at least once, everyday of the week and you too will see that going cold turkey from XP to KDE might be harder or more limiting than first thought."
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RE[5]: nice article
by corentin on Sun 21st Aug 2005 17:24 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: nice article"
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> suppose a normal user like me wants to write a simple app in windows all i do is just fire up VB6 because its so simple and easy to use....what if i wanted to write something for linux what would i do ? (really i have no idea what i would do...iam not bein sarcastic)

I think we were talking about 'real' development (not that you can not do real development with VB, of course). I quickly tried VC++ Express and if VB Express is the same, I agree they look like cool applications. Under Linux, there is this thing called REALbasic (which works under Mac and Windows, too). I think it is what you are looking for.

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