AndyC wrote:Hmm, personally I'd have gone with MS-DOS 4.0, at least Bob worked even if it wasn't a particularly good idea.
In Holland we have a bloke called Bob, he is the one who drives you home when everyone else has had a good time drinking.
I am probeply to young to know about Bob and I am really interested to know why you think Bob is a failure.
What constitutes a failure? Really,....
I think it is up for Microsoft to decide wether they deem Vista a failure (fat chance!).
No Vista is not a failure. How can any software product be a failure? What are the standards for a failed software product?
The question should have been:
Are you using Vista?
Yes I am using Vista. Yes I have had my share of headaches. Yes I had them with XP. But even my girlfriend uses Vista and she is really happy about it.
I am really amazed about how down to earth Linus is.
I thought all Linux "users" are like the relegious fanatics that are posting here, spreading the gospel.
Man I love developing on the .Net platform. Free use of EntLib, WCSF, .Net framework, etc. . I have never felt so free,..
In a common database app you will hardly use Enterprise features.
Check the link for a feature overview.
Link was allready posted, I need to read more
Debating about the future is useless, it changes everytime you talk about it.
Ofcourse Microsoft is losing market share in the developer world, they are at 100% marketshare.
It's only downhill from there!