Uh! Have you ever seen github activity or the bright green dashboard from last week, or just drop in here with FUD every so often. That team work their hearts out and we are doing a significant test right now under immense pressure, not to go backwards!
It won’t take you long to check the language on github, but it’s kinda not your purpose really is it?
What matters is SAFE clear efficient system level code, I doubt you would recognise that kind of code, never mind understand what it means. If it was assembly c c++ erlang spark rust ada etc. it makes no difference what matters is that it launches as soon as possible and is future proof, perhaps you would not like that. I think we have more than proved c++ prowess and professionalism, cannot say that’s ever been in dispute, it hard, yes, is it slow, yes it is and nobody can say different. It is a low level systems language and requires careful consideration not slap dash practices. I take it you hound the Bitcoin devs for not being at version 1.0 yet?
Eh! do ya really want to talk strict dates Jim, really do you, or would you prefer some professionalism and forward motion in dev. We keep folks up to date as much as we can, but there is work to get done. Go demand microsoft give you a release date for anything, or Apple or Storj , be careful man!
Exactly how many large scale software projects have you actually managed?
If you guys have a chance to use better code, tools or other libraries that will speed you up and don’t take them then you will fail and should. You need to understand dev process. I am full time in code since tail of last year and have been vocal that I am making large changes it’s no secret. It’s to improve speed and ability to move faster. I know that’s a good thing and glad of it. You think ye can do better then fork away and show us your code mastery and brilliance.
It’s now like seeing you post means a hostile thoughtless post Jim, which when you represent a project in this space you should really not do. It embarrasses you and must be cringeworthy to the devs in Storj as well, some of whom are on this forum and act responsibly.
Your approach is not helpful, So think what you want but state your affiliations and purpose for doing so. I know the recent news from your team and say nothing and certainly do not public-ally criticise the team as I am sure they would expect that courtesy and professionalism.
You need to look inwards before spewing outwards chap.