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prabhakar_deosthali
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Re: In-house versus out-house operating systems
prabhakar_deosthali   4/29/2014 8:02:51 AM
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Personally i am for the out house operating system. That way the application code does not meddle with the os code for some simple workarounds , else it allbecomes the spaghetti , fixes and workarounds in the os code to takecare of some application idiosynchrosies

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right tool for the right job
MWagner_MA   5/5/2014 12:49:39 PM
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People should always consider the old, but true saying - "you get what you pay for".  For small jobs where your budget is very small these "free" software bundles make sense.  As products / projects get more expensive, support becomes increasingly more important to control schedule.  Great- you got the software, and found a bug - now YOU need to spend money (time) to find out what's wrong rather than the vendor.  When the vendor does it - you're schedule isn't hit so hard.

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