This one's easy for me.

I wish IBM would stick millions more into getting people to
try Websfear.  It's my best seller for my eRPG books, my
eRPG SDK, and consulting.  Even if I do it for free, I love

Why?  They spend years on websphere, can't get it to work
and/or realize their hardware is undersized and look for
other solutions.  

I get this type of email at LEAST once a week...

"Brad, we tried websphere, etc.. etc...  tell me about
eRPG..  we've not approached it but after websphere, we're
open to anything..."

I point them to my eRPG SDK or CGIDEV2 and in 15 minutes
they're up and running and say "geesh....  wish I knew
about this 4 years ago!"

So I say, advertise on!  :)


On Thu, 27 Jan 2005 18:06:04 -0500
 "Jon Paris" <Jon.Paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> IBM's "WebSphere or nothing" approach and suggesting that
> more people would
> update more applications if IBM would support CGI
> (CGIDEV2 and other
> options) within the tools to give people a lower cost of
> entry to the web
> world.
> As part of the piece I'd like to include some specific,
> and preferably
> practical, suggestions as to enhancements that IBM could
> make.
> Any suggestions?
> Jon Paris
> Partner400
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