Monday, June 15, 2015

Software Standards and Software Technology

What is the difference between OpenXML and Interop?
OpenXML is a software standard. While Interop is a software technology. But both of them can work with Word and make programming a Word document.
I have seen many organizations comfortable with software technology. Like packages of Oracle etc. They are not comfortable with software standards like OOPS built on industry accepted technologies.
A language is a language. There is nothing beyond it. A package is a hidden pack of lies and substandard intelligence which is best kept hidden. Many times you do not realize why a package does not work and you may have to look at a manual kept in a library. Many times the librarian keeps the book hidden to give it to his favorite customer. Your dream of completing the software program gets broken, then.


sm said...

yes it happens books are kept in such a way that only friends can find it.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

Yes, thanks sm.


Very informative. Thanks for sharing.

Kirtivasan Ganesan said...

Thanks Madame Kahkashan Khan.