Category Archives: oss

.NET Fringe, defining the future

There’s a long history in OSS communities of projects emerging from the community that start on the fringes. The people working on these projects are motivated by a desire for change, for doing things in a way that is not … Continue reading 

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How Google broke the OSS compact with Angular 2.0

When I first wrote the title, I had to pause for a moment to consider if I was actually writing this post or if it was a bad dream. As it turns out, at least from my vantage point, what … Continue reading 


IronRuby and IronPython are NOT dead

The Twitter-sphere was burning up yesterday with the news that Microsoft is shelving its support for IronRuby and IronPython. You can read Jimmy Schementi’s blog post here. Many in the Twitterverse say that Microsoft is “killing” IronRuby. I disagree. IronRuby … Continue reading 

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