Known for the importance it attaches to the open-source ecosystem, Microsoft has taken a new step. Microsoft has released a site for open source code.
Microsoft open source platform
Microsoft, which has made a change in strategy in recent years, provides a lot of support for open source projects. The company’s CEO, Satya Nadella, plays an important role in this strategy.
Microsoft is also trying to eliminate its backing anti-Linux image. Microsoft even shares some copyrights and intellectual property with the open source communities. However, it also allows some patents to be used by the public.
While all this continues, Microsoft has taken another step to support the open-source ecosystem. With the announcement made by Jeff Wilcox, who works as a software engineer at Microsoft Open Source Programs Office, the new open-source code website was announced.
You can click here to visit the site.
On this site, a post section containing Microsoft’s work on open source and the latest developments was included. In addition, community resources, licenses and project directions are among the remarkable features on the site.
In recent years, technology giants have been trying to participate in the progress in this field by supporting open-source studies.