A .NET Glossary

Jim Borden on April 18, 2018

.NET has evolved greatly since its induction way back in the early 2000s and at this point it is beginning to rival Java in the ways it can be de... [Read Full]
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Thanks for the update, it's nice to know that the community progressed a lot.

The last time I workerd on .NET with C# the 3.0 was all the rage and there was only Mono IIRC :-)

A long time ago :D

Is Anders Hejlsberg still around? He's one of the best programming language designers!

 

I do have a lot of respect for him given his track record. He does still appear to be at Microsoft!

I could go on and on about the sordid history of .NET but I'd prefer to move on into this future that is shaping to be nice!

 

In the meantime I found out he's the head of the TyoeScript project!

Let's focus on the positive yes, though I'm intrigued about knowing what went bad also...

Read it, that's a turmoil! But it ended up solving itself in the end, didn't it?

Didn't know about the .NET foundation :) Glad Microsoft and the ecosystem embraced opensource, that was one of the reasons why I left .NET back in the days.

Are you planning to come back, or you just want to drop a comment? It will be good to have you guys back.

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