.NET SourceCode goes public, Yeah!!!

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YEAH to Microsoft. Its true that Microsoft previously had to been in the open source space but for the past 2-4 years, they have tried to be a bit more open and free with projects like codeplex and more. Well, last week, it was passed on that MS will be release the source code for the .NET platform in the 2008 release of Visual Studio. Visual Studio 2008 with have this feature automatically built in and will download source code and symbols from MS. This is great new. This will help developers greatly in areas of in-depth debugging and learn some best practice from MS. I also feel sorry for the developers who will have to go and clean and comment to code so it will be readable to the rest of us. Good luck. Good call MS!

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