With Google, there are rumors about them being interested in that services piece, but they really haven't done that much. Our search API is way better than their search API. Clearly, they are working in that area. They haven't done as much on the server piece.
This is just a pathetic excuse for an SDK.
FYI Microsoft, just because you don't own Java and PHP, doesn't mean people don't want to use them.
Mike continues his rant:
Yahoo! and Google have both had sdks that included java and php for what...a year? I thought MS was trying to compete here?
Think Microsoft still don't get this web thing, eh?
[update: I keep getting redirect limits, so it appears as though MSFT may have removed that support thread.]
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