That's like saying that C++ is a poisoned platform because not all the libraries written in C++ are fully open.
So Microsoft has created this fantastic platform, and they've opened up
There are all these music lessons websites out there, I wonder if any of them have teachers for weird instruments like theremin.
Hey, they probably allow violas on there right? Violists are crazy enough to use alto clef, so maybe theremins would be allowed there too!
Yes, I do.
Microsoft has a lot invested in a lot of things other than
It's in Microsoft's best interests to allow people to use
Mono, the framework, is fantastic and it's really sad that RMS and the BoycottNovell tards are spreading so much FUD over it. And that some of you here on Slashdot are perpetuating that.
Last year at the Gran Canaria Desktop Summit, Cody Russell asked Richard Stallman if there was anything that Microsoft could do to ease his fears of patent threats, and he said that there was. Microsoft could come out and publicly state that
Google? I'm a big Google fan (and despite the rest of my comment, also a big Android fan and totally love my Nexus One).. but if Google was so hardcore into efficiency, why the hell did they develop a new runtime for their Android that's based on Java?
Google didn't seem like the best company to praise for efficiency. I would have picked some sort of video game company like id Software (yeah, I realize this an apples and oranges comparison though).
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