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Microsoft: Open source ‘not reliable or dependable’

“I don’t think (open source) is anti-Microsoft in the sense that it’s giving people choices in the technologies that they use,” Jonathan Murray, the vice president and chief technology officer of Microsoft Europe, told BBC World in the first part of the documentary “The Code Breakers,” which aired this week.

“Some people want to use community-based software, and they get value out of sharing with other people in the community. Other people want the reliability and the dependability that comes from a commercial software model. And again, at the end of the day, you make the choice based on what has the highest value to you,” Murray continued.

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