I did not mean that. What i meant is optimising on cost of project. You
can sit for hours together to bring a fine application. But by the time
your customer may have moved to other suppliers. I was looking it from a
business perspective. From a engineering point of view i agree with your
Gopalarathnam V. wrote:
On Fri, 2004-06-04 at 14:35, Ullas wrote:
Dont get me wrong, its not worth the money to
strain writing extension in c, or c++ for even big apps. Now a days its
all fast development. Latency is OK. Ask for a better server.
This is like encouraging poorly written algorithms. Premature
optimization is the root of all evil. IMO applications must be tuned to
the maximum possible before demanding for more/better servers.