Former Microsoft Distinguished Engineer Speaks Out

This was on Slashdot yesterday; in case you didn’t catch it, Marc Lucovsky a 16 year veteran of Microsoft who wrote many core pieces of Windows NT recently defected to Google. He’s been speaking out on the faults of Microsoft lately, and in particular I find the confirmation of the weak roll-out of the .NET Framework on client machines particularly interesting.

It’s also yet another data point on the notion of how modern web applications are changing the view of what modern software really is and should be. Now if I could just convince people that I don’t work on “web pages”…

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