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Ex-Windows chief: Why Microsoft waged war on open source
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PostPosted: Tue 26 May 2020, 19:51    Post subject:  Ex-Windows chief: Why Microsoft waged war on open source  

Ex-Windows chief: Why Microsoft waged war on open source
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Microsoft today has espoused open source as its focus shifts from Windows PCs to Azure and Office in the cloud. But Sinofsky outlines reasons why Microsoft's approach at the time was understandable – and how its model was upended by software-as-a-service in 1999-2000, to which Linux was better suited than Windows, and later Google's infrastructure.
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