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DaveNet: Apache

DaveNet: Apache

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Sep 5, 2001


"Now consider Apache, which hasn't got the depth of Java or .Net, but does have a considerable amount of developer momentum. Why? Because it doesn't just talk about developer freedom, it guarantees it."

"... Now Microsoft has "shared" source with a patent whammy; and Sun has a community program that they control; therefore I'm at the point where I think I know that neither Microsoft or Sun will be dominant as we go forward, and am willing to make my bet. As a platform for independent developers neither of the BigCo's half-hearted attempts to offer developers freedom is convincing. The Apache philosophy is the right one for me." Now consider Apache, which hasn't got the depth of Java or .Net, but does have a considerable amount of developer momentum. Why? Because it doesn't just talk about developer freedom, it guarantees it.

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