Eric Rudder – .NET person at Microsoft

I went to hear Eric Rudder speak at the Commonwealth Club.  He spoke of his early days working on an Alpha and working on early networking software.  He touted .NET of course, and spoke cautiously of Linux.

I asked him what he percieved as the trend of mobile databases that have to be constantly syncronized versus having constantly available online databases.  I would, of course, like to see a world where synconizing databases is not needed, because I could always, wirelessly access my data from a central web service.  He seemed to think that syncronizing would be around for a while to come…

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