Open Source at Microsoft - Less Evil and More Organized Than You'd Think*
There's more real open source going on at Microsoft than you'd think.
There’s more real open source going on at Microsoft than you’d think. There are those working within MSFT to turn the ship around in a the least evil way possible. Ultimately we want folks to run Windows, sure, but the days of “our way or the highway” are coming to an end. Open source and source-opened is happening at Microsoft. The avalanche has begun and it’s too late for the pebbles to vote.
I’m Scott Hanselman. I’m a former software engineering professor, former Chief Architect at a large US retail banking company, former consultant, current father, current diabetic, and current Microsoft employee working in Open Source. I am also a failed stand-up comic, adequate cornrower, mediocre book author, and I speak English, Spanish, Amharic, and Zulu very poorly.
- Title: Open Source at Microsoft - Less Evil and More Organized Than You'd Think
- Track: Business
- Room: B201
- Time: 2:30 – 3:15pm
There’s more real open source going on at Microsoft than you’d think.
- Speakers: Scott Hanselman