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Personally, I use the Wise system, but both products are excellent. The toughest part of the Wise system is learning the scripting language to make your installation behave exactly as you want it to. But I finessed that whole problem by purchasing a script from SageKey (www.sagekey.com/), a company that provides high-quality scripts for Access runtimes, .NET Framework, Satellite Forms, Palm Pilot, and MSDE-based applications. The combination of Wise and SageKey isn t cheap. But, using the SageKey script, it only took me about an hour to configure a professional, bulletproof Access runtime installation package for The Sleep Advisor. I could have written the script myself, but it would have taken tens, perhaps as much as a couple hundred, hours to learn the scripting language, write, and test my script. So looked at that way, the Wise/SageKey combination was very inexpensive.
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Thank you for reading to the end. I hope that it has been valuable, at least in parts, and that if you re not feeling particularly optimistic after reading this book, at least I hope you have a feeling that you know what you re up against. I remember a teacher I approached once, feeling overwhelmed with a huge project. Do you know how to eat an elephant he asked. No, I replied. One bite at a time, Rocky. One bite at a time. So go back and skim through this book again, making a to do list of all the things that need doing in order to get your product ready for market. Then just do them one at a time. I hope that learning about the number and complexity of the tasks before you has not put you off your lunch. On the contrary, I hope you see now a clear path to the finish line, the many hurdles notwithstanding. And that having this path will energize you and your partners to bring your project to a successful conclusion.
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How They Did It: An Interview with Steve Capistrant of Symphony Information Services
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Sometimes there is little mystery about the genesis of a product. Created as a custom application, the second and third sales of the same type of program often trigger the logical response: I think we have a product here! Steve Capistrant s advice: beware of success. You can pay a heavy price if you spread yourself too thinly and lose focus on what s really important. Smolin: Steve, can you tell me a little bit about your company Symphony Information Services. Capistrant: Symphony Information Services is a software development company that I started eleven years ago. It was originally designed to do custom database development because the nonprofit groups that I was working with didn t have any software that did what they needed to do. By the year 2000, we realized that we were rebuilding the wheel and doing the same things over and over again. So we consolidated all our good stuff into one product and then concentrated on selling that, which turned out to be a good approach. Smolin: So in 1996 you started the company to provide customer software development for nonprofits. Capistrant: Yes. Smolin: And how did you happen to get into the nonprofit arena Capistrant: I have a degree in urban planning and had worked a lot in United Way and other kinds of planning agencies in social service planning capacities. So, you get to know the crowd that you re working with, and you have personal contacts. You tell them that you re doing database software, and they begin to ask for solutions. Smolin: So you became familiar with nonprofits because you were working in the area. And how did you get into programming Capistrant: [Laughter] I what do I call it by curiosity. I didn t touch a computer until I was in graduate school. I got my first job at a bank, lying that I knew how to use computers. On the job I realized that the most interesting thing that people did, to me, seemed liked databases. I just learned by doing and a lot of times using Internet searches and then became good at it. So I m totally self-taught. That s good and bad. I have hired some people with formal degrees in the subject, and I feel they do know some important things that I don t. So I need to recognize the value of that. But that s where I came from. Smolin: Well, that s kind of how I got into it too.
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