narkor: If OSS advocates spent one hundredth as much time checking code for vulnerabilities as they do talking about how superior the process was on forums, the code would be bulletproof.
MusicMakeMyHeadPound: rustypouch: The thing for me about open source stuff, even though they may work well, the UI is normally terrible and the documentation is ornamental.Uh. So you've obviously never used Visual Studio or looked up methods on MSDN./Thank the lawd for Stack Overflow
bhcompy: To finish my thought.. you pay more in licensing up front for MS, but it costs you less in basically every other category over the life of the product, and the same goes for supporting enterprise software on the platform.
rustypouch: The thing for me about open source stuff, even though they may work well, the UI is normally terrible and the documentation is ornamental.
a particular individual: If you have a job that uses nothing but open-source software, for which you had to be specially trained, and you do that job for a few years, and then you want to get a job elsewhere... what are you going to tell them?"I have no idea how to use any of the industry-standard software, but I'm willing to learn."Yeah. Good luck with that.
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