Re: Microsoft Windows, will rule in the next 8 years in the market

  • From: Lyndon Tiu <ltiu@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: juancarlosreyesp@xxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 07:28:57 -0800

No one can tell the future. But at the present, yes, MS Windows dominates 
where I am and in the indusrtry I work in. Linux is making few small nibbles 
but has hardly any precense.

No one get's fired for buying MS and that's usually the rallying cry of IT 
managers when you try to get them to use a different OS.

If you are starting up and have no clue what to do, just go with the flow and 
you will be fine.

It also pays to be platform agnostic and be a jack of all trades. Makes you 
more flexible to changing times.

Lyndon Tiu

On January 28, 2005 07:19 am, Juan Carlos Reyes Pacheco wrote:
> Hi list, I was reading and article, some "investigation" says windows
> will be the operating system of the future. The person who writes this
> article don't loves microsoft window anyway, but money does miracles.
> Well the true at least for small and medium business here, many prefer
> to use windows, maybe this is true at least for client os.
> I don't know about other places, I should say other places other than
> europe at least.
> Did you heard this new?, Is true in you work, in percentage how much
> machines has microsoft windows.
> I think this is important for a dba, because one must be searching
> utilities and others to work in a specific operating system. And in
> one or another way one have to "study" and "specialize" in the
> operating system to work with. Any way I'll have to learn linux for
> the master certification.
> I think the excess of warm in the earth does not benefit
> penguinneither linux penguin.

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