Linked by David Adams on Fri 18th Apr 2008 16:19 UTC, submitted by WillM
Microsoft Microsoft has "dramatically" changed because of open-source software, the company's Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie said Thursday as part of a wide-ranging discussion during the annual Most Valuable Professional summit in Seattle. He also talked about Microsoft's mesh concept and the importance of virtualization.
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Microsoft has "dramatically" changed
by miles on Fri 18th Apr 2008 22:27 UTC
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nice try

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Yeah, really nice try.

The sky is green, as green as the grass is pink. And Microsoft did not subvert the ISO standardisation process.

I have seldomly seen someone with worse timing. Daily messages about how Microsoft interfered behind the scenes in almost all countries that voted "yes" hit the 'net, and Mr Ray Ozzie has nothing better to do than tell us how much Microsoft has changed for the better.

It would be funny, had I not the urge to vomit more than I possibly could eat.

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