"They are still developing applications in-house using
proprietary frameworks tied to Windows. And here is why it bothers
me: They have invested and continue to invest time (hence money..
public money, should I add) on getting themselves tied to one
proprietary platform. Every line of code that they add up to their
already enormous code stack is another line of code that ties them
even tighter to Windows. And that's sad. What's done is done..
there's not much they can do about the code they have already
written... but they could be changing the languages they use to
develop their applications that could allow them to move to another
platform if they so wished later on (doing it