An Open Letter to Scott Guthrie

March 22nd, 2007

Speaking and working with developers who live daily with your tools, I find confusion and concern over your relationship to the open source community that has grown up around the .Net platform. While Sun, IBM, other platform providers, and ISVs clearly see the open source community as a complimentary codebase to their products, Microsoft tends to use the best and brightest work from the community space as a feature map for .Net.

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2 Responses to “An Open Letter to Scott Guthrie”

Ayende @ Rahien Says:

An Open Letter to Scott Guthrie

An Open Letter to Scott Guthrie

Pedro Says:

The final was the best part:

If you cant improve upon the functionality of MonoRail, just point to it as a good practice until you can. This one is far too important for anything less than a home run.

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