I know everyone is impatient. But if I remember correctly it was .NET 20 (Whidbey) delivered by
mid-year 2004, then by end of year 2004 now it is 1st-2nd quarter 2005. I guess Syncfusion is not the only one that has to move release dates forward. All good things come to those that wait.
From Microsoft and Syncfusion, which by the way make a great combination..
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team April 20, 2004 10:16 AM
How about a progress bar that shows the current progress towards the final release of 2.0? That way, at least, everyone can know how far we have to go...
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team April 20, 2004 11:13 AM
DateTime RealReleaseDate = new DateTime(2003,10,1);
RealReleaseDate = RealReleaseDate.AddMonths(new Random(Environment.TickCount).Next(1, 12));
Console.WriteLine("Our new estimated release date is now.... " + RealReleaseDate.ToString());
if(RealReleaseDate.Year == 2005)
Console.WriteLine("Product Irrelevant by " + RealReleaseDate.ToString());
DJDaniel Jebaraj Syncfusion Team April 21, 2004 06:44 AM
Only if .NET 2.0 is being released in the next hour or so :)