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Tom Warren
So like I'm hearing Andromeda is definitely not coming in 2018. OEM devices may come, but not with Andromeda OS as it's not ready. The entire project is now under review because there's no app ecosystem to support it
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Tom Warren 6 Jul 18
Replying to @tomwarren
I've seen lots of "Microsoft shouldn't cancel Andromeda" articles. It should have been clear with the recent reorg that Microsoft is looking at its future and Windows differently now
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Loïc PELLETAN 6 Jul 18
Replying to @tomwarren @maryjofoley
There's no app because there's no device because there's no app... Why would any developper care about UWP without a f#ck'n device to dev for ? UWP with only PC and without a mobile device is dead : What's the point ? The ultra-niche VR/AR ? Or the ultra-niche Hub ?
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Javi Dibujante 6 Jul 18
Replying to @tomwarren @maryjofoley
If apps is what stopping them from experimenting with new devices then windows will never be anything beyond a desktop OS since there's no reason for it to be anything else. It's giving up on the futute.
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massimo 6 Jul 18
not only for w10, but for the entire Microsoft ecosystem this is what the "mastermind" still don't understand or he maybe want to transform Microsoft into a cloud isp only
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Gianni Arena 6 Jul 18
Replying to @tomwarren @maryjofoley
They better take their time perfecting WCOS before shipping anything, and make sure that most influential devs are on board since day 1 fully supporting the platform. In other words, go big or go home.
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Md. Shadman Sakib 6 Jul 18
Replying to @tomwarren @maryjofoley
I don't get what is the achievement of Mr. Satya Nadella to upend Microsoft's position. Its in his tenure MSFT lost its market cap lead first to Google, then Amazon. Now it's a distant 4th. He overspends 7.5 billion on github but reluctant to invest in Windows ecosystem
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Md. Shadman Sakib 6 Jul 18
Replying to @tomwarren @maryjofoley
He is only pushing the "cloud" market where Amazon has market about 55%, where MS has contested second position. It's not even clear whether MS or Google will take the crown from AMZN in next 5 years or so.
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Lucas Daniel 6 Jul 18
Replying to @tomwarren @maryjofoley
And they realized this at this point of the project, where the hardware is mostly done? It's not like they don't have the money to support if it fails, but to release something new, they have to take risks. I wonder what impact this might have on Panos :(
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wtrmlnjuc 🍉 6 Jul 18
They’ll somehow support it until it gets good then pull the plug. Again.
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