on 10/20/2013 2:03 PM
.Net was Microsoft’s answer to Java. Java promised a single language that could target multiple platforms. .Net offered multiple languages that targeted Windows. Back then that meant C#, VB.Net and C++/CLI, Virtual Machines Things have moved on for both VMs, the JVM now has a plethora of languages like Groovy, Clojure and Scala. Meanwhile .Net code has become cross platform via Mono, in fact C# and F# now have arguably offer a better story for iOS than Java. For iOS, Xamarin compiles C# and F# code to n[...]
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