Via James: the CTO of Opera has a few words to say to Microsoft about browser interop
I don’t deny that publishing web sites is hard work — and so is writing web browsers. I don’t begrudge the developers, but good grief has Internet Explorer wreaked havoc on web developers, users, and IT staff alike.
(now if FireFox just had better corporate deployment options, we’d be in much better shape for replacing Internet Explorer. That and if my colleagues around campus didn’t write their web applications to require it)
[Update] This eWeek article is remarkably prescient (or maybe this post was given the eWeek article). I honestly hope Microsoft does shift toward the .Net/Java battle (one, because .Net is likely a much better technology for client/server applications. And two, because I’ll be less worried about my parents getting hacked (or my friends).