Always On: Why Open Source Isn't an Enterprise Solution--Part III
May 25, 2005, 02:30 (10 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Al Case)
"Excuse me for a moment while I pull the arrows out ... Ouch! I
think I've discovered that many Open Source advocates, pundits and
consultants either don't read--or don't like to be offered advice.
I feel like a pin cushion--but, masochist that I am, I persist. And
now, I think I shall go kick a open source hornet's nest, just for
"Yes, Virginia, there could be an open source enterprise
application in your future, despite my dire predictions of the
death of the software business at the hands of open source
programmers--and the related death of viable, non-custom enterprise
applications as well..."