Microsoft with complete control????

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    fordy? you practicing to be like TK behind a different name? shame!
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    Originally posted by Ride -or- Die
    *COUGH* FORDY *COUGH*
    LOL...no...if it was me I would hardly bring attention to myself....

    Though I must say that I largely agree with SBob....and I always have on this kind of stuff......I like coding for windows....but I dont really trust M$ and I dont like the basic ideas of Palladium

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    ok, I thought SBob was a stretch anyway. but Captain has to be. nobody talks quite like that except TK
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    Programming for Microsoft or any vendor for that matter is about using tools. It's about contracting the vendor to build systems for you and relearning how to use their tools every two or three years depending on the SDLC. In order to use the new features of the platform than you will have to go on yearly subscription of about $1000.00 (at least for Microsoft).

    On open source platforms you can use their tools, but you also have the freedom to the implementation from which you can acquire the knowledge to build your own systems. That's what I consider to be a computer programmer.

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    Originally posted by Captain
    Programming for Microsoft or any vendor for that matter is about using tools. It's about contracting the vendor to build systems for you and relearning how to use their tools every two or three years depending on the SDLC. In order to use the new features of the platform than you will have to go on yearly subscription of about $1000.00 (at least for Microsoft).

    On open source platforms you can use their tools, but you also have the freedom to the implementation from which you can acquire the knowledge to build your own systems. That's what I consider to be a computer programmer.
    LOL! I hate to say it but I'm starting to admire his trolling technique. Although I don't see why anyone would do it, he is good at it.
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    having no life he has time to work on it.

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