“Microsoft Corp. watchers are dubbing 2002 “the year of .Net” as the software company prepares to release products that will build on its software-as-a-service vision. Releases slated for the new year include the Visual Studio .Net 2002 development suite, the Windows .Net Server family and the Tablet PC. The company’s teams are also working on the next version of Office and the next version of Windows, code-named Longhorn, as well as Visual Studio .Net 2003.” Read the rest of the article at ExtremeTech.
2002: ‘Year of .Net’?
2001-12-28 .NET 4 Comments
My boss has been screwing around with .NET (he’s an excellent programmer) and has been able to break it. For Microsoft, I think it will be the year they pay security some attention – though that’s not nearly as forward thinking (or catchy).
so, the felonious fuddites knead/hope to keep track of/charge ransom to, EVERYBODY. so what’s new about that? folks are supposed to ~trust~ father william with ALL of their data/personal inf.? IEaaaggghhh.
I know one thing, http://www.linuxville.com>we somehow managed to put up (many) fully functional/dependable home/business/internet network systems without using one line of virotic m$ kode, or paying one dime to the kingdumb’s competition asphyxiation/BS ?PR? campaigns, & couldn’t like IT more.
http://www.scaredcity.com>we ‘dubbing’ this, “the gnu millennium”, where folks can participate, economically, & equally, in the new paradigm of open/honest communications/commerce, & FraUDuleNT moneysucking payper liesense scamsters, become just another chapter of BAD history/hysteria.
so long fuddles, see you in the funny papers.
Holy puerile prolixity batman!