Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 19th May 2006 20:14 UTC
Microsoft A senior Microsoft executive told a BBC documentary that people should use commercial software if they're looking for stability. "Some people want to use community-based software, and they get value out of sharing with other people in the community. Other people want the reliability and the dependability that comes from a commercial software model. And again, at the end of the day, you make the choice based on what has the highest value to you."
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RE: nobody writes good software
by bannor99 on Sat 20th May 2006 02:14 UTC in reply to "nobody writes good software"
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So, maybe it's time we started to listen to Andy Tanenbaum, after all?

I've been quite impressed with my exposure to QNX but it's a long way from being the next Desktop.

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