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Friday, July 08, 2005
John Udell at his pragmatic best writes about the strange bedfellows can make a perfect team for software development (this in a way shows that it needs a lot more organizational support from opensource peddlers to help opensource evaluation get into mainstream of enterprises.) John writes,while trying out an unfamiliar open source component, even if the software I’m working on will deploy to Linux, I’ll sometimes develop it on Windows first. Because on Windows, an open source component is likely to come with an installer that just works. That’s a huge advantage. The game of software development is dominated by the evaluation of available components and the selection of those that best meet needs. To play well you must be able to evaluate and select as easily and quickly as you can.
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