Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 30th Mar 2007 11:08 UTC, submitted by Dan Warne
Windows As momentum grows around its new Windows Home Server line, which is due for release towards the end of this year, Microsoft is looking to keep the love flowing with its hardware partners, software developers and end users alike. Joel Sider, Senior Program Manager for Windows Home Server, told APC that the company intends to release a software development kit for the platform early next month.
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RE[2]: Am I missing something?
by Laurence on Fri 30th Mar 2007 16:41 UTC in reply to "RE: Am I missing something?"
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WTF? Lots of experienced techies use windows, but I find the most experienced ones use what is best for them, and keep those sorts of digs to themselves.

I think you've taken my comments a little personally. I'm by no means saying Windows is benief the an experienced techie - just that even techie minded users who don't have (or want) any experience of *nix can still cope with setting up a basic NT server.

Granted it was worded badly (english is far from my best subject) but it really wasn't a snub at Windows NT nor Windows administrators.

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