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    Phoronix: Red Hat Partners Up With Microsoft In The Cloud

    Microsoft and Red Hat have jointly announced a partnership today to "deliver more flexibility and choice" in the cloud...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...ners-Microsoft

  • #2
    Are we now going to see a similar shitstorm as when Novell and Microsoft had a patent-penis-length comparison and Microsoft ended up "buying" tons of SuSE Linux Enterprise licenses and promised not to sue SuSE/Novell? I somehow doubt it.

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    • #3
      RHEL / OpenShift users may be concerned over "access to .NET technologies
      I laught so hard that I piss in pants! Who cares about .Net? RedHat users ofc! AHAHAHahhahaAHHA!!!

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      • #4
        Having access to the .NET Framework on Linux is going to be awesome!

        The .NET Framework is such a great framework. It is very modern and supports everything you expect such as as asynchronous operations. It is easy to learn, coherent and predictable. It is well-designed. The C# language is a great language with nice features such as type interference, object initiliazers, collection initializers, asynchronous methods, etc.

        It is my belief that C# is the best computer programming language out there, and that the .NET Framework is the best framework.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by uid313 View Post
          Having access to the .NET Framework on Linux is going to be awesome!

          The .NET Framework is such a great framework. It is very modern and supports everything you expect such as as asynchronous operations. It is easy to learn, coherent and predictable. It is well-designed. The C# language is a great language with nice features such as type interference, object initiliazers, collection initializers, asynchronous methods, etc.

          It is my belief that C# is the best computer programming language out there, and that the .NET Framework is the best framework.
          And once you want to get things done, you can code your applications in Go.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by uid313 View Post
            Having access to the .NET Framework on Linux is going to be awesome!

            The .NET Framework is such a great framework. It is very modern and supports everything you expect such as as asynchronous operations. It is easy to learn, coherent and predictable. It is well-designed. The C# language is a great language with nice features such as type interference, object initiliazers, collection initializers, asynchronous methods, etc.

            It is my belief that C# is the best computer programming language out there, and that the .NET Framework is the best framework.
            This is coming strictly from a users perspective, I have limited experience with software built on .net, basically just Catalyst Control Center and it's absolutely horrible. It literally takes minutes to start. AMD recently claimed it only takes 8 seconds to start, but that's bullshit. The only way 8 seconds could possibly be true is if it was done on a very fast machine slimmed down as much as possible. It's just so stupidly unresponsive and I blame .net for that.

            EDIT: The last thing anybody needs is more stupidly slow software.
            Last edited by duby229; 11-04-2015, 12:11 PM.

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            • #7
              Hide yo files...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by atari314
                As if anyone needed any more evidence that RedCrap is the cancer of Linux...

                Without RedHat Linux would be only a shadow of what it is today - they invest heavily in many areas of the stack - just because you might not like what they're doing doesn't mean they're bad

                This isn't really different from them offering Mono support - they must have customers that want to run .net on Linux

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by duby229 View Post

                  This is coming strictly from a users perspective, I have limited experience with software built on .net, basically just Catalyst Control Center and it's absolutely horrible. It literally takes minutes to start. AMD recently claimed it only takes 8 seconds to start, but that's bullshit. The only way 8 seconds could possibly be true is if it was done on a very fast machine slimmed down as much as possible. It's just so stupidly unresponsive and I blame .net for that.

                  EDIT: The last thing anybody needs is more stupidly slow software.
                  And why do you blame .NET for that?

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                  • #10
                    Personally I blame .NET for the lack of compatiblity. I have to manage computers with 3 different versions because softwares were developped on different frameworks and do not work on anothers.

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