To code or not to code?

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To code or not to code?

The rise of Open Source software adoption has brought with it increased awareness of non-proprietary programming technologies.

Free and open languages such as PHP and Ruby are catching up fast with the likes of Microsoft’s .NET and Oracle.And while the myriad programming languages may resemble the Biblical confusion of tongues, technologists agree that there is a time and place for each of the languages -- whether ...

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