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Does open source make Windows and .NET apps better?

By David Worthington ·
Rocky Lhotka, creator of the CSLA.NET development framework and Microsoft Regional Director, wrote a guest blog (http://www.outercurve.org/Blogs/EntryId/86/-Net-Windows-apps-better-with-open-source-by-guest-blogger-Rocky-Lhotka) for the Outercurve Foundation detailing the rise of open source development tools for Windows and .NET as well as sharing his experiences with them. "My deeply rooted hope is that developers are able to build better software, and further their careers by using and contributing to open source projects now and into the future," he said. Do you agree?

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by Tony Hopkinson In reply to Does open source make Win ...

You don't think that it is his deeply rooted hope?
You don't think it should be?
You think it should be shallowly rooted?

How can developing different things in different ways in different languages working in collaboration with equally keen developers you can both learn with and off, make you a worse developer?

I don't get it.

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