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By mswatcher
Published: Oct 10 2013 / 03:59

The short answer to the question of whether the Microsoft .NET Framework (and its related tools and technologies) has a future is of course, don’t be silly.
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Greg Brown replied ago:

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This is where I stopped reading (the second sentence of the article): "Most people would be shocked at how much of the world runs on RPG, COBOL, FORTRAN, C, and C++ – all languages that became obsolete decades ago." I'd hardly call C and C++ obsolete, especially if we are meant to consider the possible obsolescence of .NET (which includes C#). If you're not going to build your Windows app in C#, what are you going to use? That's right - C or C++.

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