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Microsoft Uses Web To Talk Open Source

Want to find out exactly where Microsoft stands on open source? Don't bother using Google. Just pop over to http://www.microsoft.com/opensource/default.mspx. This spankin' new Web site details how Microsoft works with open source vendors, how Microsoft will support your mixed environment, and what open source projects Microsoft has in its otherwise proprietary pipeline. Pretty interesting reading.

Meanwhile, we covered these issues in detail months ago in a Redmond magazine cover story. Get the skinny here.

Posted by Doug Barney on July 30, 2007 at 11:52 AM


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