This time Tim Bray jumps into the fray.
Poor Mr. Elop. Has to make the big tech call not ever having written a line of mobile code or done system bring-up work.
It is the second such Tweet in the days following the likely decision of Elop to choose his former Microsoft employer's platform.
Tuesday, Google VP (and former Microsoft VP) Vic Gundotra said that "two turkeys don't equal an eagle" meaning that Microsoft and Nokia wouldn't be better together.
The soap opera continues tomorrow when Elop makes the announcement of which way Nokia will go.
Two Android 'developer advocates' weigh in on the year's most closely watched horse race
A pair of veteran high-tech luminaries, both hired by Google (GOOG) within the past 14 months, chose this week to write on their private blogs about how they see the Apple (AAPL) vs. Android competition shaping up in 2011.
What's interesting is that they disagree.
Former Microsoft (MSFT) start-up evangelist Don Dodge, who posted his predictions Monday, neatly summarizes MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Dec 31, 2010 7:49 AM ET
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