Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 21st Jul 2006 20:55 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Linux The Linux world's very own version of Paul Thurrot, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, lists 5 things Linux can learn from... Microsoft. "Linux does a lot of things right - open-source, security, reliability - but it's far from perfect. In fact, Linux and its vendors could stand to learn a few things from Microsoft. Yes, Microsoft. Like what? Here's my list of the top five things that Linux could learn from Microsoft." Next thing you'll know we'll have Apple switching to Intel and... Oh, wait.
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by urbanRealist on Sat 22nd Jul 2006 19:35 UTC
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I'm a developer for primarily non-Microsoft systems. I have had to write software in Visual Basic, however. I do not find MSDN anywhere near as developer friendly as just typing my questions into google and getting back a useful response. In fact, I have always struggled with MSDN. Just goes to show you that one man's benifit is another man's drawback.

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