Sunday Dec 07, 2008
Tuesday Jun 17, 2008
By jimgris on Jun 17, 2008
Nice to see our shinny new distro being compared to Windows in these early stages. Who knows, maybe after a couple of revs this year we'll start gabbing some share from Microsoft. Imagine that. And they said we'd be dead by now.
Thursday Dec 27, 2007
By jimgris on Dec 27, 2007
The piece then goes on to explore why Sun and Microsoft cut their deal earlier this year. To me, it's simple: good business. Charlie then ends with this: "Sun is increasingly moving toward a more cooperative competitive environment." I agree.
Sunday Oct 28, 2007
By jimgris on Oct 28, 2007
I guess Unix isn't dead after all -- Linux Losing Market Share to Windows Server and Linux losing to Windows. It's difficult predicting the death of products and technologies, isn't it? I can't even count the number of times people told us that we were dead on OpenSolaris. Yet we keep growing. The market is more than big enough for a diversity of products and projects and communities.
Tuesday Oct 09, 2007
By jimgris on Oct 09, 2007
Tuesday Oct 02, 2007
By jimgris on Oct 02, 2007
Again with the "it's too late" bit. I haven't seen this one crop up in a long time, though. And this time it comes with an exclamation point for extra special emphasis! My goodness. When people say it's too late for what we are doing (Solaris 10, OpenSolaris, new x86/x64 systems, new SPARC systems, etc) that only demonstrates that they are ripe for being disrupted. They are not paying attention. It's not too late. The timing is perfect.
Friday Sep 14, 2007
By jimgris on Sep 14, 2007
Cool. Love the focus on collaborating to solve customer problems.
Tuesday Apr 24, 2007
Saturday Nov 13, 2004
By jimgris on Nov 13, 2004
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