October 22, 2003
Apple: Bring Back OpenStep to Counter .NET!
Kelly McNeill writes "Those of us that follow technology tends know of OpenStep is the set of libraries that turned into what we now know as Cocoa. It was also an operating system for several different computing architectures, sold by NeXT. osViews editorial contributor "joelfox" responds to a recent editorial that appeared on the site and also suggests that OpenStep could be used by Apple to counter Microsoft's.Net"