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The .NET Rocks! Show: Keith Pleas and Harry Pierson
2004-04-20 .NET 10 Comments
I wonder why Linux zealot like Coward still fear/coward to face the fact
A) How many people need clusters or movie making super computers?
B) 95% of the desktop
There’s some trolling today.
Why do some marketing people! insist on using exclamation marks in! the middle of sentences?
I once heard an MS guy describe c# as sort of a Microsoft version of Java; how we laughed…
It’s an .exe… Sorry dudes at Microsoft, but my network admin told to not download executables as they can contain viruses. 😛
“I wonder why Linux zealot like Coward still fear/coward to face the fact ”
I work in an MS shop, and have seen a .net application.
…and I won’t say “anything at all.”
…though I’d like to, very much. I’d probably be sued for slander and libel if I did.
I used to be a really major Microsoft booster, too….
If somebody sues you, try to replace the item in complaint.
If you can’t replace the item in complaint, sue somebody.
How long will it be before we see a lawsuit to the effect that the “.” can’t be used at the beginning of a product name because it might *confuse the customers?*
.net >>>>>1990>>>>>1985>>>>>SN A
What do they have in common?
Remember, puff .. puff .. PASS!
All this slagging off Linux or Microsoft or whatever is getting so tedious.
Eugenia, maybe we should have a way of recommending posts or marking a post as trolling or something and then implement some sort of easy filtering. The amount of rubbish that gets posted is approaching unbearable!
You could probably start by disallowing at the server level any posts with the phrases ‘M$’, ‘Micro$oft’, ‘Windoze’, etc. Since people normally don’t use terms like ‘LinSux’ or ‘Crapple’, the hardcore anti-Linux/anti-Mac stuff would be hard to automagically filter.