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February 26, 2005

Old-school vs New-school at Microsoft

Posted 4672 days ago on February 26, 2005

Fascinating post by Danny Thorpe, Borland's Chief Scientest, on Where's my Delphi for .NET Compact Framework. The subject is why Borland doesn't support the Compact Framework with its .NET tools; but what's more interesting is Danny's take on Microsoft's internal workings. He sees a "new school" faction which is building an open platform (.NET); and an "old-school" faction which is uninterested in third-parties. It's a mostly depressing post but with a glimmer of light at the end: Danny reckons Microsoft is leaning towards the new school.

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