Interview With Brad Wilson On Microsoft And Open Source

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There’s a great interview on the How Software is Built blog with Brad Wilson, a developer in Microsoft’s OfficeLabs team, but probably better known for his work on xUnit.net, CodePlex, and ObjectBuilder.

brad What I particularly liked about this post was the insight Brad provides on the diverse views of open source outside and inside of Microsoft as well as his own personal experience contributing to many OSS projects. It’s hard for some to believe, but there are developers internal to Microsoft who like and contribute to various open source projects.

Another reason that Brad gets a thumbs up in my book (along with Jim Newkirk) is that xUnit.net recently updated their installer to include test project integration with ASP.NET MVC Preview 2.

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  1. Avatar for Josh Coswell
    Josh Coswell April 9th, 2008

    Would there be any minutes of the interview published here?
    Josh Coswell
    http://riverasp.net

  2. Avatar for Haacked
    Haacked April 9th, 2008

    The interview is at http://howsoftwareisbuilt.c...

  3. Avatar for DotNetNuke Guy
    DotNetNuke Guy April 10th, 2008

    Just started watching it, i'm excited to hear about the ins and outs of Microsoft employees contributing to Open Source projects. A friend of mine had to give up his work on an open source OS once he started there.