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MS Dips Toes in Open Waters

Microsoft may aggressively sell against open source, but it does play -- just a bit -- in this world.

Redmond's interoperability efforts are well-known, and generally well-done. But Microsoft has also released a decent bit of code into the public domain. The latest installment is Oxite, a developer-oriented content management system built by Redmond code monkeys to test out ASP.NET MVC. Microsoft now wants to show the entire development world just how cool Oxite and ASP.NET MVC are.

Posted by Doug Barney on 12/11/2008 at 1:16 PM


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