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Nobody can save Microsoft Mobile and Tablet Devices, also not Sundar Pichai

As we heard from the news, it seems that Sundar Pichai is a hot candidate for Microsoft CEO. In my opinion it does not play any role who will become Microsoft CEO, nobody can save Microsoft with all those Windows mobile technologies. Why?
Windows Phones or tablets with its operating system is not a bad thing but who needs another mobile or tablet devices? We have enough offering from Apple with iOS and Android offering. I know that in the beginning everybody says "who needs another browser". At the end Google Chrome is very successful thanks to Sundar Pichai. One thing makes here a big difference: Google Chrome is an Open Source product. If Sundar can build Open Source Windows operating system, then we will see a different story. Open Source and Microsoft is just a tough story, although they offer CodePlex for hosting Open Source projects. But wait a second: Microsoft Xbox is very successful hitting Sony Playstation and Nintendo? Yes, this is just analog to Google Chrome. Xb…

New Article at heise.de Developer: (Bi)Temporal Data Management in Java with Open Source Frameworks

If you ever need to handle (bi)temporal data in your Java app, check out my new article (in German language) at heise.de about: (Bi)Temporal Data, Implementation in Java with Open Source Frameworks: http://goo.gl/g8Lec4

Actually you always need to handle this topic in your Java business apps, a must read. All the examples can be found at Github: http://goo.gl/30Xy15

Have fun!