A Look Inside Microsoft’s Open Source Software Lab (Part 1)
In the Spotlight
Friday, March 31, 2006 6:00 AM by admin
Microsoft’s Open Source Software Lab is an ambitious research project. Located on the company’s main campus, the lab houses more than 300 servers, which collectively run more than 15 versions of UNIX and 50 Linux distributions. It boasts a team of senior-level programmers and system administrators, some of whom were architects of popular Linux distributions or authors of well-regarded books. In short, the lab is one of a few such facilities in the world dedicated to open source research.
I couldn’t make this stuff up. Even with two weeks worth of creative energy stored up to the point of, quite literally, bursting from the tips of my fingers at 135 WPM, I still couldnt find a way to create something that to me would leave me feeling like I just sold my soul to the Devil for 50 bucks, a foot massage, and box full of saltine crackers.
I don’t think words beyond those starting at…
– “feeling like I…” and ending at “crackers.” could describe just how bad, and awful, and horrible of a feeling that
wuz’, would be… If that ever were to have actually ever become known happened.
did n’t. didn’t. (you know you could always just click the above link, and ignore my commentary entirely right?)
You’re still here, aren’t ya.
Will you please Go? You’re starting to phreak me out a
little whooole bunch!