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Changing landscape: Microsoft adopts an open approach

For decades, under the leadership of Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, Microsoft did not venture into open source technologies. However, there is a wind of change in the company as it is embracing open source for its cloud services.

Unlike closed source that is accessible only by its creator, open source usually refers to the platform that is publicly accessible for inspecting, development, and modification as well as sharing.

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Although the company has been gradually moving towards open source technologies, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, during the opening keynote of Build 2019 talked about

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