We heard the news few days back that Microsoft joins Linux foundation after a long 15 years of clash. But here comes a new news that Google joins .net foundation. This week has been the software surprises.
Product manager of google cloud, Chris Sells said “Google is already an active contributor to .NET, including heavy involvement in the European Computer Manufacturers Association (ECMA) specification for C#. Joining the Technical Steering Group for the .NET Foundation expands our participation”.
“We’re so passionate to work with .Net as an outstanding platform for developers and enterprises.”
Why Google joins .Net foundation?
According to Chris, Google have a large record of .Net libraries with more than 200 .Net cloud services. And it also added support for Visual Studio and PowerShell. He also promised that the firm is going to support the .Net in the future.
Also the foundation said itself that the Google have been the most active contributor to .Net projects over the last few years.
Foundation quoted “Google’s work is a natural fit into the Technical Steering Group and I’m glad they have agreed to come on board to help steer the future direction of the platform”.