It seems that Microsoft has positioned itself in the Google-Apple race. Now with Microsoft using Nokia hardware and Google using Motorola hardware, Apple has some serious competition in the future. It worked out that Steve Jobs quit while he was ahead; those are some monsters to be pitted against. So these are the mega-enterprises that will be revolving around “devices and the cloud” for at least another decade (who knows?), but what does this mean for the web?
//Build has pulled the curtains on pushing .NET to a second-class citizen in the future. At best, .NET will turn into a portable serverlet like Java… an afterthought of the web. This looks like a big win for PHP, which is natively supported on IIS and Apache.
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