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Aug 03, 2007, 21:00 (9 Talkback[s])
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" I've always been a Microsoft and Windows bigot, and I've
suffered for it-big time. Bosses have chastised me for always
recommending a Microsoft solution when there were other companies
out there whose software often did the same thing for less. I've
paid dearly for being pro-SQL Server when in the camps of the
Oracle faithful. I've been denounced and jeered at by Linux, Mac,
Unix and even mainframe stalwarts. I've suffered the arrogant
sneers of software engineers who simply couldn't accept that
Microsoft can write great software.
"I could easily roll with all those punches, until Microsoft
came out with Vista. First of all, it's priced beyond of the reach
of the average Joe's pocketbook--anywhere from $199 to $399,
depending on the edition..."