[rescue] Perverse Question
Frank Van Damme
frank.vandamme at student.kuleuven.ac.be
Sun Jun 15 16:10:03 CDT 2003
On Sunday 15 June 2003 22:23, Andrew Weiss wrote:
> Yes and I might add the last MS OS to have no product (de)activation
> technology built-in, but still compatible with .NET stuff (if you'd
> ever want it...blech)... i.e. it's extremely flexible and makes none of
> their newer stuff compelling... good job MS...
> I still use it primarily for training (certs) and games. It just
> doesn't exude good karma otherwise.
Well, .NET sounds to me as the first non-braindead MS technology. There may be
a lot of application development frameworks, but if .net lives up to the
claims of language independence (doubtful) or platform independence (MS -
also doubtful) it might actually be neat.
Otoh, I recently read in Linux Magazine (nl) a letter from a reader who said
python allready offers everything .net has. True or not, I can't tell...
Frank Van Damme http://www.openstandaarden.be
"Je pense, donc je suis breveti."
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