Microsoft .Net software’s hidden cost

Companies planning on moving old programs to the Microsoft’s .Net software plan may get a dose of sticker shock: Making the conversion could cost roughly half of the original development cost

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One Comment

  1. gary gittings

    19 September 2004 at 1.05 am

    microsoft word and the built in hidden time bombs have pushed me over the edge to another word processor. when are the assholes at microsoft going to learn? i hope between the EU and Asia in general that their reluctance to use microsoft proprietory source code rips a hole in the richest man in the worlds’ bank account.listening billy G?
    you anti competitive prick of a geek!

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