Suneido is awesome, thanks for such a great application.
I was immediately impressed by Suneido’s relatively clean syntax. I found the language quite pleasant
In all, so far Suneido seems to be one of the most suitable scripting languages I’ve seen.
Programmer: Duke Nukem Forever
I have to say that I love this language! I have programmed in many, many languages but none that I have liked for database programming more than Suneido!
I’m an experienced C++ (and other things) programmer currently working as a senior systems architect; I’ve recently started using Suneido and find it to be amazingly useful,
Having recently discovered Suneido, I was pleased to find a modern, interesting language situated in a development environment reminiscent of the very productive code browsers of Smalltalk and (occasionally) Lisp systems. Outstanding!
Thanks for a great tool! It’s generating a great deal of enthusiasm with the people I’ve been showing it to, and we’re planning to use it to do some web testing pretty soon. As the local XP mentor, I’m using it to demonstrate XP ideas to people who’ve always been a little suspicious of the “ask the code” idea because their tools don’t let them do that easily. It’s working out very well.
I just downloaded Suneido and began to play with it; I must say I’m excited–it looks like a wonderful tool.
I played this weekend with Suneido, and this rocks. I like the integrated solution idea, because I hate those environments/components which don’t work together
Jos van Roosmalen
Suneido really seems to be right solution for me.. and I think it is the right solution for everyone who wants to write powerful code with a free platform!
The support from this forum is super. I am a member of many forums but have never received the kind of help which is available here anywhere else.
The end program file size is also a good point. One thing I hate about Java programming is that when you want to deliver something you have to deliver a load of huge files with the software to get the thing working properly. Suneido keeps everything nice and small which is super.
Suneido seems to have developed into a really useful program. I am happy to say I have been able to use it to develop applications for internal use in my company and after nearly 3 weeks of active use have not run into any trouble with it. Congratulations on a job well done!
Suneido is indeed an impressive product and a credit to its developers.
author of ED for Windows
Let me say that I think Suneido is a masterpiece of design work, and I have been enamored of it since I ran across it last year. I’ve shown it to a lot of people and we’re grateful to have it
First, I’d like to mention that I remain very impressed by the quality and usefulness of the software system …
I’ve programmed in literally dozens of languages and taught programming in quite a few of them, including Lisp, Scheme, Smalltalk, and Prolog, so the ability to program in a language that has some awareness of the power of these languages, and the paradigms they represent, is quite a treat. The language is far too good to ignore.
I see in Suneido a serious effort (perhaps the first in ages) to create a language that combines the expressive power of dynamically bound symbolic languages with a familiar and comfortable syntax. That’s a goal worthy of pursuing.
It remains an awesome achievement, and you have my gratitude for coming as close to programming Nirvana as I’ve encountered so far. I’m excited about the future of Suneido.
My compliments on a wonderful product. I’ve been coding information systems since 1980 in everything from Dbase II to Python and Suneido is the best tool I’ve ever seen for this purpose.
Suneido has certainly got my attention, after seeing the link earlier today on www.ddj.com
As an Information Systems academic who wrote his first program in 1960, I think it fills a real need for college students and their professors, currently drowning in the profusion of applications development software tools.
Congratulations, it’s jaw-dropping stuff. I don’t get enough time to myself, but you’ve motivated me to drag a couple of old application ideas out of the closet.
Again, congratulations. However many years you spent on building Suneido, they were well spent – whatever it felt like at the time.
The ability to deploy Suneido applications as Standalone or Client-Server is a giant step forward. I cannot say enough about how much trouble this would have saved me in the past.
Terrence Monroe Brannon
It has a nice solid feel to it. It is extensible. Everything is source code available. Built in database is nice. There are some very nice concepts well implemented. And the client/server over TCP/IP capability is great.
Congratulations to all of you. A very impressive accomplishment for a 0.9 release of a complete new environment and language. I have being doing this since 1975 and have not come across an environment that just invites you to come on in and code like this. I will continue reading the documentation and stdlib (there is a lot there) and learn a bit more by trying out the language. There are some very interesting new concepts in your language.
Roberto Artigas Jr.
I have to admit that I downloaded Suneido because I was skeptic, I couldn’t believe what I saw in the online docs so I wanted to try it. After only 5 minutes I realized its strength … I think I’m gonna love Suneido.
I first thought it’s something like Python or TK but it’s a lot more, it’s more powerful and more easy and more. I’ll advertise Suneido, I’ll tell all my friends about Suneido and I know some people who really asked me if there is such thing … now I know there is and its name is Suneido.
My project was successfully completed, The people are really looking forward to working with the new database that was written. I was really pleased with the simplicity of the Reporter tool as were the end users. I found it provided enough functionality without being overly technical.