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LAMP, NoSQL databases, Open Source, and Microsoft

Relative to the LAMP stack, NoSQL databases and other open source technologies, Microsoft technology is sometimes viewed as stodgy, non-innovative and expensive. For some, the Microsoft .NET Framework, SQL Server, SharePoint and certainly Windows and Office are impressive and reliable, but not the things that Web breakthroughs are made of.

Keywords: impressive, reliable, Microsoft.

Original title and link: LAMP, NoSQL databases, Open Source, and Microsoft (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://reddevnews.com/articles/2011/05/01/pcred_start-up-your-engines.aspx