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Grasshopper.iics
CEO Integrated Ideas
India India
gasshopper.iics is a group of like minded programmers and learners in codeproject. The basic objective is to keep in touch and be notified while a member contributes an article, to check out with technology and share what we know. We are the "students" of codeproject.

This group is managed by Rupam Das, an active author here. Other Notable members include Ranjan who extends his helping hands to invaluable number of authors in their articles and writes some great articles himself.

Rupam Das is mentor of Grasshopper Network,founder and CEO of Integrated Ideas Consultancy Services, a research consultancy firm in India. He has been part of projects in several technologies including Matlab, C#, Android, OpenCV, Drupal, Omnet++, legacy C, vb, gcc, NS-2, Arduino, Raspberry-PI. Off late he has made peace with the fact that he loves C# more than anything else but is still struck in legacy style of coding.
Rupam loves algorithm and prefers Image processing, Artificial Intelligence and Bio-medical Engineering over other technologies.

He is frustrated with his poor writing and "grammer" skills but happy that coding polishes these frustrations.
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Let me add my two cents into this discussion.

Given the real-world transactional volume that a SCC system usually has to deal with (even in a large organization), I don't think the choice between C++, MC++, or C# is really going to have a substantial impact on performance of the server component. Most of the heavy lifting should be done in the database using stored procedures to begin with. Even for databases that do not support stored procedures, the SQL execution happens within the database, and so I would expect most of the bottleneck to exist there. Performance will depend a great deal on solid relational database design practices. Lastly, if language performance ever does become an issue, then at that point I think we should look to refactor the components that are responsible for a bottlneck into platform specific implementations (C++, etc).

Second, if we are developing an OSS system, it really should be runnable on a wide cross-section of different databases. I don't think someone should have to purchase SQLServer or Oracle (both expensive DBs) just to run a _free_ SCC system! We should strive to partition the data layer using the interface/implementation pattern so that different providers could be developed and plugged into the core system when desired. Ideally, any system that supports ANSI SQL should be a target for such a system.

I'll also throw out another thought, and that is that we should try to develop the server-side component of the system as a web service. By doing so, we open the door for both non-Windows client implementations and non-Windows server implementations. What we should really design/control is the XML dialect that will be used to initiate SCC transactions, searches, and management operations. By doing so, we will really divorce the interface between the client and server from any platform, technology, or language -- thereby creating substantially more flexibility and broaden the appeal of the tool. It will also make the SCC system accessible through a firewall through HTTP -- this is a big deal where you want to put a SCC system up on the Internet and make it both secure AND accessible. .NET makes development of web services ridiculously easy -- and it would be a shame to pass up an opportunity to use this technology in a way in which it is intended to be used.

“Try to learn something about everything and everything about something.” - T. H. Huxley (English Biologist)

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