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From: Alessandro Baretta <alex@b...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Unix.file_descr -> int ???
Stefano Lanzavecchia wrote:
> 
> http://www.dyadic.com/whatsnew/msnet.htm
> 

I will certainly mention this to the aforementioned 
entrepreneur, who will certainly be interested in this.

>>education effort might make corporate customers aware of the fact that
>>O'Caml is good for them, while MS is not. (And,
> 
> 
> Please. Microsoft is not the evil incarnated. I believe that Microsoft
> is good for a lot of corporate customers. The thing you must educate
> people is that there are other good alternatives, if they work for them.
> Make them aware and make the choose. Starting from the point of view
> that Microsoft is bad is as bad not being educated. In case you wonder,
> I am not affiliated in any way to Microsoft or Dyadic Software. I am a
> free thinker. And yes, was also a Penguin breeder, back in the days when
> a 486 50MHz was the Ferrari of Personal Computing.

There is a fair amount of joke in what I wrote. I am a caml 
rider and penguin breeder, not a plane hijacker or suicide 
bomber. I advocate the technology I like best, and, from a 
professional standpoint, I integrate it in the projects I am 
assigned by my clients. I am professionally uninterested in 
MS products, albeit primarily for aesthetic reasons and 
personal taste.

Even you were affiliated with Microsoft or Dyadic software, 
you would still be entitled to free thought. I actually wish 
to thank you for sharing an interesting bit of information 
with me about APL and .NET.

Alex

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