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Why open source rules legacy modernization tools

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Open source, SOA principles rule app mod kingdom

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The rise of the cloud and mobile and the looming Internet of Things (IoT) means that, now more than ever, legacy applications need to work for executives waving their tablets as their preferred on-the-go device. Developers are embracing anything that lets them reuse code and get modernized applications to their internal and external customers quickly, which means leveraging the best of SOA principles -- and turning to open source software, according to experts.

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And yet Microsoft refuse to open source the VB6 programming language
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