August 8, 2013
We live in strange times, Microsoft is finally changing the way that Windows looks after more than fifteen years, Google is moving into OS territory, and Apple is selling its products like hotcakes (something it certainly wasn't doing in the 90s).
Amid all this change and strangeness, Microsoft has become quite active in the open source community. You'd think that they'd want to compete against open source projects based on Unix and Linux, since these are competing products to Windows, but that doesn't seem to be the case.
Rather recently, Microsoft made the list of top contributors in the open-source community…
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