While we were at Make Web Not War last week, we got a chance to sit down and chat with Garrett Serack. He’s a software developer who works in the open-source technology center at Microsoft, and his job is to help open-source technologies run better on Windows.
During our chat, Garrett offered some advice for open-source developers who want to port their tech to Windows. He also discussed what has been the biggest challenges he’s encountered in getting open-source to run on Windows. Garrett even had a few words about how the open-source community has warmed up to Microsoft’s efforts to embrace open-source.