Re: back to .Net? lesser of two evils?
On 11/2/2011 2:37 AM, Stefan Ram wrote:
Steve Sobol<sjsobol@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
If you're only writing for Windows, you can do just as well with .NET as
»The fear of .NET developers is that Microsoft's Windows
team now regards not only Silverlight but also .NET as a
That was pure speculation at the time and has since shown
to be not the case.
Miguel de Icaza has a decent explanation of how .NET will
work with WinRT here:
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