Rebecca Buckman reports in the WSJ on how users are still waiting for the .NET revolution. Microsoft is holding an analysts day briefing today — expect a wave of news shortly about “Phase Two” of the .NET marketing effort.
Making matters more confusing is Microsoft’s recent penchant to brand almost everything that comes out its door as .NET. Analyst Rob Enderle of Giga Information Group once famously quipped that he expected to soon go to Microsoft’s campus and find “Men.NET” and “Women.NET” emblazoned on the rest-room doors.
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