what do sparkle and toolbook have in common?

John Gossman, who is currently a developer on Microsoft’s “Sparkle” Interactive Designer, has blogged a backgrounder on how he came to work on the application.
The History of Sparkle: Year One

Apparently he was a “technical lead” on Toolbook a number of years ago. What that bodes for Sparkle is unclear ;-)

1 Response

  1. Juan says:

    April 29, 2015 at 3:22 am

    This is really a tircky question, very useful to solicit discussions but it is also a wrong question. From an IT perspective managed services are any kind of service that is provided by a third party to which IT transfer the ownership of service cost and risk after having negotiated a service level (SLA) and a price. Cloud Computing is a specific consumption and delivery model for IT services. From an enterprise IT perspective Cloud Computing can become a type of managed services when an external provider is involved. Different conditions can occur, the external provider can for example:- manage a client-owned on premise private cloud- host and manage a client-owned private cloud- manage public cloud services for multiple clients

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