Microsoft to Support Two Eclipse Projects

Microsoft has broken from its past and is supporting the Eclipse Foundation.In a speech at the EclipseCon 2008 conference here March 19, Sam Ramji, Microsoft’s chief open-source advocate, delivered a morning keynote and said that Microsoft will support two key Eclipse technologies, and he hinted that there may be more to come. Ramji is the […]

Microsoft has broken from its past and is supporting the Eclipse Foundation.

In a speech at the EclipseCon 2008 conference here March 19, Sam Ramji, Microsoft’s chief open-source advocate, delivered a morning keynote and said that Microsoft will support two key Eclipse technologies, and he hinted that there may be more to come. Ramji is the director of platform technology strategy at Microsoft.

Continuing its push to get along with open-source projects and technologies, Ramji said Microsoft now will support SWT and the Higgins identity management project.

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