The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines curmudgeon as “Archaic”. That’s me – sometimes. Many of the open source bloggers might agree. In years past, they all thought I was a curmudgeon. Go ahead Tony – laugh. But I can come around – although I still believe that companies like to make money and developers like a pay check. When it comes to blogging – that is not me – or so I thought. I do not read blogs and this is my first attempt at writing one. Funny that two years ago, I won an award in our group for being mentioned more than anyone else in blogs that year! And this, when I never read blogs or comment on them. So the curmudgeon changes again and here I am with my own blog.
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