Linked by Eugenia Loli on Fri 1st Apr 2005 10:58 UTC
Novell and Ximian One of the highlights of Joe Barr's trip to Salt lake City last month for BrainShare 2005 was the opportunity to interview Miguel de Icaza, a mercurial star of the free software movement who has been responsible for hugely successful projects and also founded his own company with Nat Friedman that was later acquired by Novell.
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re: Like dbase
by tony on Fri 1st Apr 2005 16:17 UTC

" In university, we learn what teachers like, not what is used in the industry.

a good university will create their courses with what industry need...

it's for that, java is so popular

java programmer is very searched in industry

"At all. I learned Eiffel, lisp, prolog, etc... Who use that in the industry ? No one.
All system courses were on Linux, 90% of systems in the "real" life are under Windows. "

you describe a bad university

university spend time to teach linux because the market want it....

there are a lot of migration to linux, industry need professional to do it