At 08:12 AM 8/1/2003 -0400, Roger Racine wrote:
. . .
>The people who did the
>interviews with prospective employees -might- have been able to convince
>them to work on Ada projects if they had better knowledge of the
>benefits. Show hard evidence that the employee would be more productive,
>and perhaps they would not have had as many rejections. So ignorance of
>productivity gains could be a problem.
Well, these have been fairly well documented in a number of different
cases. It seems that people who choose a language consider "productivity"
a separate issue from language choice. Either that or they simply don't
care about productivity.
. . .