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41. Borland C++ Builder 4.0 Enterprise Suite-Client/server Upgrade

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Asin: B00002S8LE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 12375
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Borland C++Builder 4 Enterprise is the tool of choice for C++ developers. It delivers on the promise of true visual productivity without compromising the latest ANSI/ISO C++ standards or compiled code performance. ... Read more


42. Microsoft Visual C# .NET Standard
list price: $109.00
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Asin: B00005RV4W
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 4172
Average Customer Review: 3.46 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Visual C# is a new language for a new platform. It targets Microsoft's .NET Framework, which consists of a runtime engine along with an extensive class library. This enables security, version checking, and automatic memory management, including garbage collection.

The compiler generates binaries in MSIL (Microsoft intermediate language). This is then further compiled to a native Windows executable at run time, or you can precompile for faster loading. The various .NET languages, including Visual Basic .NET and the Java-like J#, have similar capabilities, but most of the .NET Framework itself was coded in Visual C#. The language was designed to look familiar to C and C++ developers, for whom it makes an easy and natural transition.

The Visual C# .NET package is a complete application development tool. It includes two form designers, Windows Forms and Web Forms (which essentially creates Active Server Pages in their .NET guise, or ASP.NET). Windows Forms applications are for rich clients, generally running on the desktop but with support for devices such as Pocket PCs through add-on smart device extensions.

A great feature is that programming Web Forms is similar to Windows programming. By default all the code runs on the server, so although a Windows server is required, applications can work with any browser on any platform. A technique called "code behind" lets you keep code separate from HTML design, making Web pages easier and safer to maintain.

Visual C# .NET has an excellent IDE, although you need to double the minimum system requirements for good performance. The main work area is tabbed so that integrated online help appears alongside the code and the visual design surface. Tool windows can be docked, floated, or hidden. Automatic code completion and dynamic help speed coding, while ToolTips reveal the type of any variable.

There are a range of wizards, covering new projects, classes, components, visual controls, Web controls, Windows services, resource files, and more. For deployment, there is a setup wizard and a setup project type. Database access is through ADO.NET, which uses a disconnected model ideal for laptops and other mobile devices. ADO.NET works best with its own native drivers, but can also use ODBC drivers for wide compatibility.

XML support is another strong feature. The .NET Framework includes class libraries for parsing and transforming XML, with support for W3C-approved XML Schema. XML also enables the use of typed data sets in ADO.NET, simplifying database programming. XML Web services are built-in, making Visual C# .NET a good choice for both creating and consuming these services. The IDE includes an XML designer, with visual tools for developing and editing XML Schema documents.

As a product, Visual C# .NET offers a subset of Visual Studio .NET. If you want to use more than one language, then Visual Studio makes better sense. Having said that, the package does include the compiler and limited IDE support for C++, and the bundled .NET Framework SDK has command-line compilers for Visual Basic and JScript.

Overall, Visual C# .NET is an excellent choice for developing .NET applications. --Tim Anderson, Amazon.co.uk ... Read more

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Love C#
If you are an experienced programmer - move over Java and C++, C# is a great new tool you'll absolutely want to know. If you're a beginner - C# is a superb product. And the newspapers back me up, I believe they said it's doubled in sales in the last 3 months. A very solid language with a great programming environment - Visual Studio .NET, that makes it easier to learn. C# isn't hard to learn, but you really need to learn the .NET Framework to do real programming in it. The .NET Framework has all kinds of add-on capabilities, sort of like having pre-programmed pieces that you add on to C#. It comes with the .NET Framework, but is really a separate, and essential, piece to learn.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice for the price
As others have said, you can't beat the price, and you'll actually own a legal copy of a Visual Studio product. Perfect if you want to write your own little program and sell it on the side :) If you're not familiar with C#, then you'll definitely need a book to get you started -- I recommend Programming Windows in C# by Charles Petzold and Inside C# by Tom Archer. It's a very fun language to program in -- has many of the same concepts as Java. You can also interoperate with the Win32 API and COM.

The editor itself is awesome -- it automatically indents the curly braces and lets you set up colors and all that, like Visual C++ 6.0. It has something new called outlining -- which means you can collapse and expand whole sections of code by clicking on the little pluses. You can also enter XML comments, which means it can automatically generate XML-formatted documentation.

The one thing that's a drag is that you can only create certain types of applications in the IDE: Windows apps, command-line apps, ASP.NET Web applications, and web services. This means you can't create a Forms control or a DLL in the environment. (But you can do it on the command line, if you take the time to read the documentation.)

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY FOR CE.NET
The Amazon quote above is misleading "On-screen emulator for Pocket PC applications". Now wouldn't that statement lead you to believe that you can build and test applications for the Pocket PC using this package. Well don't believe it.

It states it clearly on the Box that "build device-based applications and solutions" is not part of this package and will require Visual Studio.net Professional is required.

They fool you by allowing you to build ASP.NET pages to be displayed on the CE.NET device using the web browser. Of course you can just as easily do this with a simple text editor.

Unfortunately I had already opened the box by the time I realized that the Amazon web page was lying and as a result I now own another piece of software that has no value for me and get to go spend a bunch more money to buy Visual Studio Professional to do a job that Amazon claimed this packaged could accomplish.

The tragic thing is that you can accomplish nothing with this package that you can not do just as easily with the free Microsoft download and a decent text editor. For that matter I have already written and tested tens of thousands of lines of C# code and the CSC command line compiler. I only purchased this package because I wanted to compile and test for windows CE devices as the statement above would indicate that you accomplish.

Amazon words their return policy so that I can not return this even though it was their false or at best misleading advertising that caused me to purchase and install the product. This is a great a way to ruin my loyalty as a customer.

Companies wonder why their customers are violating copyright agreements to avoid paying for software, well in my mind somebody owes me the cost of this worthless package so how excited am I going to be to pay either company the next time around. The golden rule could be used here: "If you want me to treat you fairly then you should treat me fairly."

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5-0 out of 5 stars The wrapper is nicer than the product
I bought this program to learn C#.

Long afterwards, I discovered that there is a CSS editor in the package. I use that wizard daily. Sure, C# is a nice language - but the CSS editor is what I really liked.

4-0 out of 5 stars One major drawback.
I love the .NET framework and the C# language. However, one thing that just flat out [made me angry] when I got this in the mail was the fact that you could not connect to any database othre then MS Access and SQL Desktop Addition through the Database connection wizard. I can not think of any reason whatsoever that Microsoft would have done something like this, but it made me extreamly aggravated. I use the Enterprise version at work, and purchased the Standard Edition for my home seeing that I only really use the C# language any more and did not need all of the extras that came with higher priced versions. I imagine that there are several other people out there just like me who would want to do the same, and I just think that it was a bad mistake on Microsoft's part. You can still make connections using handwritten code, but at the same time, is that not going against the point of buying a piece of software such as this; to cut out as much handwritten coding as possible? ... Read more


43. Vip C 2.5

Asin: B00002S7V6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Mainstay
Sales Rank: 13782
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Create full-featured, stand-alone Macintosh and Power Macintosh applications in just minutes. VIP-C is a rapid application development (RAD) system for creating complete Mac programs in standard ANSI C. VIP-C offers an integrated design and application framework, integrated resource editors, integrated form editors, interface event dispatcher, high-level functions, online access to all Mac Toolbox calls, and an intelligent debugger.VIP-C provides everything you need to write 680x0 and native Power Macintosh applications. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars VIP-C: it pays off if you know the Mac
VIP-C 2.5 provides the novice programmer without the benefit of loads of experience the means to get started on the Mac. Especially the rich documentation is a plus: the documents included on the disk are a considerable merit of this package. On the other hand, if you do not already know the basics of the Mac's operation, you soon are left with questions concerning the sample programs' composition, inspite of the step by step nature of the sample documentation. Often, the authors refer to the Toolbox of the Mac. If you are a novice concerning the Mac's background, you really should familiarize yourself with these topics. You could do that by studying the documents on the Apple developer's site. There you can find a document like the Acrobat-pdf version of Macintosh Toolbox Essentials (909 pages !), that will give you the opportunity to learn what the Mac is all about. Then, a package like VIP-C will really pay off. Nethertheless, even without much background you can start programming by using the sample programs as a skeleton. All C-code sources are included, so that as you gain experience, the package will "grow" with you ! I think it is a good investment. ... Read more


44. Borland C++ Builder 5.0 Professional Upgrade
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Asin: B00004NHMZ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
Sales Rank: 9327
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This product is an upgrade. You must have a previous version of C++ Builder Professional.

C++ Builder 5 Professional combines the C++ Windows development environment for building desktop and database applications with native Internet components for building high-throughput Web applications. C++ Builder increases productivity and manages the entire development cycle with more than 150 reusable components, the XML-based Project Manager, and a true ANSI/ISO C++ 32-bit optimizing compiler to deliver reliable applications to market faster. C++ Builder includes a professional IDE, WebBroker, Native Internet Components, InterBase Express, and robust debugging tools. Use the CodeGuard run-time error detection tool to easily locate and diagnose memory and resource leaks on the spot. Understand and navigate your code and data modules with the Project Browser, Code Explorer, and Data Module Designer views. Visually build components for your business with Frames. Build and reuse COM objects and servers, including a complete suite of MS Office automation controllers. ... Read more


45. Microsoft AE VC#.NET STD 2003-WIN32 EN CD ( G78-00078 )

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Asin: B00008G9IY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
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46. Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect Upgrade
list price: $1,799.00
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Asin: B00005TQNL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 8785
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Visual Studio .NET is a superb, next-generation development tool. At its heart is the .NET Framework, a runtime engine and class library that enables rapid application building for both Windows and Web applications. The runtime engine handles housekeeping, like memory management, while also providing fine-grained security and version awareness. The class library reduces the code needed to build rich applications. Visual Studio also provides a slick visual environment, with features like tabbed and docking windows, dynamic online help, and automatic code completion and hints.

Visual Studio .NET's common runtime is language-neutral so, for example, Visual Basic programmers can use components written in C# and vice versa. Other languages, such as COBOL and FORTRAN, can plug into Visual Studio, and Microsoft provides a version of the Java language called J#. These two languages, along with J#, have full support for the visual design tools in Visual Studio .NET. Also included is JScript .NET, Microsoft's version of JavaScript, although this comes without a form designer. Visual C++ is more similar to earlier versions, and is the only compiler included that can build old-style Windows executables. With a compiler switch, it can also target .NET, making it particularly flexible.

The Enterprise Architect edition has source-code management with Visual SourceSafe, performance testing, and analysis tools. It also includes developer versions of many of Microsoft's server products, including SQL Server, Commerce Server, Exchange Server, and the Windows 2000 Advanced Server operating system. These are licensed for development only, but even so, it is a rich range of products. Finally, there is the ability to use enterprise templates. New in Visual Studio .NET, these are sophisticated skeleton projects that assist organizations in maintaining consistent best practices, and this edition, Enterprise Architect, can create them from scratch.

Another benefit of Enterprise Architect is the inclusion of Visio, an advanced drawing package that has the ability to model databases or even complete applications. This includes code generation and reasonable support for UML, which is the de facto industry standard. Finally, Enterprise Architect includes BizTalk Server, which is able to manage business processes and integrate applications between trading partners.

Overall, Visual Studio .NET is a radical break from the past for Microsoft. C# is an entirely new language, aimed at C and C++ programmers looking for something safer and more productive. Visual Basic .NET is a new twist on the old Microsoft favorite, losing compatibility with earlier versions, but gaining full object orientation as well as access to all the .NET libraries.

There are a few points against Visual Studio .NET. One is that, like earlier versions, it only creates applications that run on Windows. Web applications are a partial exception, in that they support cross-platform clients, but deployment requires a Windows Web server. Another factor is, with its multiple compilers and mountains of documentation, Visual Studio .NET eats up gigabytes of disk space, and the IDE tends to be slow with less than around 384 MB RAM. Serious developers will take this in stride, but casual users could have difficulty. Fortunately, the applications created have more modest system requirements, although Windows 95 is not supported. Finally, developers coming from earlier editions face a lot of learning, with radical changes in both Visual Basic and ASP.

Despite these minor issues and a steep learning curve, Visual Studio .NET is an extremely versatile, sophisticated, and capable development tool. --Tim Anderson, Amazon.co.uk ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars one work AWSOME!
The enterprise edition is awsome!!
the upgrade was seemless
C++.net, c#.net and VB.net are all super easy!
you need this program! ... Read more


47. Visualage for C 4.0
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Asin: B00002SAGX
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
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48. Borland C++ Builder 5.0 Enterprise Suite Upgrade
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Asin: B00004NHN2
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Borland International
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49. Power Plant 4
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Catlog: Software
Publisher: The Kompany.com
Sales Rank: 9936
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50. C FOR AIX V4.4 SINGLE 1-DOC

Asin: B00004OCY6
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Lotus Development Corp
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51. Visualage C++ Upgrade for AIX 5.0
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52. MICROSOFT VISUAL C++ NET STEP ( 0-7356-1907-7 )

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Publisher: Microsoft Press
Sales Rank: 9793
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53. Borland Enterprise Server 5 Web Edition
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54. Visualage C Pro 4.0 Upgrade for OS/2 NT

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Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
Sales Rank: 13748
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55. Visualage C Pro 4.0

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Catlog: Software
Publisher: IBM
Sales Rank: 13563
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56. C for AIX 5.0 Program Pack with 1 User
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57. Visualage C++ for AIX 5.0 Program Pack
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58. MICROSOFT VISUAL C# NET DELUXE ( 0-7356-1910-7 )

Asin: B00008XOJU
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Publisher: Microsoft Press
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59. Microsoft Pres C# FOR JAVA DEVELOPERS ( 0-7356-1779-1 )

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C# for Java Developers - reference book, English ... Read more


60. Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect
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Asin: B00005S812
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Microsoft
Sales Rank: 5998
Average Customer Review: 3.78 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Microsoft's .NET Framework for creating software applications holds tremendous promise, but it also introduces new challenges. Simply put, because .NET applications are distributed, pieces of them run on many separate computers and usually involve elaborate databases with many interlinked tables. Often, there are several human interfaces, at least one of which is served over a Web connection.

When you're building such elaborate systems, you need specialists. Which means you--the architect--need to make your specialists work as a team. You need to make each specialist aware of how their piece fits into the larger system, and allow each expert maximum room for creativity while ensuring that they comply with quality standards and documentation rules. The best tool available for marshaling specialists toward a comprehensive .NET application of professional quality is Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Architect (VSEA). It gives project leads the tools they need to think big thoughts while remaining sufficiently close to the coding to ensure their proper implementation.

To begin, VSEA incorporates the new Visual Studio .NET development environment completely. All of the tools in Microsoft's latest IDE--code editor, debugger, object browser, database browser--are present in this edition. If you have implementation responsibilities of your own, or if you're one of those project leads who goes hands-on to solve low-level problems, VSEA provides you with the tools you need.

VSEA also ships with the goodies that come with Visual Studio Enterprise Developer: Visual SourceSafe and developer-licensed copies of Windows 2000 Advanced Server, SQL Server, Exchange Server, Commerce Server, and Host Integration Server. VSEA owners will get .NET Server when it's released. In addition, VSEA tops Enterprise Developer's offerings with a developer's edition of BizTalk Server.

There's also an attractive set of utilities for designing applications, roughing out application framework, and publishing standards for use by specialist programmers. This is where VSEA really shines, and where it earns its premium price. If you put the architectural tools to good use, your organization stands to realize a great return on investment in the form of increased team efficiency, higher quality, and satisfied deadlines.

VSEA allows you to use Microsoft Visio to design your applications and the databases that underlie them. It's true that you can generate Unified Modeling Language (UML) and database schematics in the standalone version of Visio Professional; but VSEA provides enormous time savings by allowing you to convert your diagrams into actual code. You can create a UML diagram in Visio, then use it to generate a code skeleton--all required class outlines, with inheritance, properties, and methods in place--in C++, C#, or Visual Basic. You can then publish the generated skeleton to your programming team for fleshing out. This is the role that Rational Visual Modeler plays (or used to play) for many developers.

Database modeling in VSEA is even cooler, because you can either export your schematic diagrams as Data Definition Language (DDL) code, or hook into an actual database server via an ODBC or OLE DB connection and generate the tables you've modeled in Visio. It's extraordinarily efficient. In fact, VSEA blurs the lines that have traditionally separated design, implementation, and documentation.

VSEA supports an XML-based language called Template Description Language (TDL), with which you can dictate characteristics of project files in more junior programmers's Visual Studio .NET environments. You can use TDL policies to turn off elements of the Visual Studio workspace, for example. Similarly, policies allow you to preset properties of code elements (such as database connections) that programmers can include as modules in their projects. You can also use TDL to describe the contents of team members's New Project windows, adding code snippets and reference materials alongside starter projects with policies attached.

Be aware that TDL policies may only be interpreted by users of Visual Studio .NET Enterprise Developer; they're not meaningful to users of standalone Visual Studio .NET. Also, be prepared to edit the TDL files manually, as Microsoft hasn't provided good tools for writing and modifying them. Setting up developer environments is a big job that has a huge effect on the later success of your project. It's sort of like tooling up a factory before a production run, so be prepared to spend some time setting policies, writing reference material, and configuring your TDL policies.

Is VSEA worthwhile? The answer depends in part on how well you set your policies, and on your development team's eagerness to use centrally managed reference materials and design advice. Embraced wholeheartedly by a large team, VSEA is not just the only show in town for team development of .NET applications--it's a powerful tool for realizing the vision of a software designer. --David Wall ... Read more

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Tool For The Programming World!
Most of you reading this review will have used a Microsoft Compiler before, or a Borland product. If you have yet to experience .NET, you are missing out big time.

Interface (2 sections):
First Impressions 8/10 - I started up Visual Studio .NET only to see everything... EVERYTHING has been changed in some way. The reason why this gets an 8 is because it does not do well with new people coming to this product. But once you learn the interface and can get used to it:
Current Impressiosn 10/10 - You will find that it is much more productive interface than Visual Studio 6. Now if your coming from Borland products, you will find that C# and VB is great, and can compete directly with Borland.

Usefullness: 9/10 - It is just amazing how much you can do with this program, although it does have a few drawbacks, UML for example, but this can be overlooked.

Value: 8/10 - If you can afford it, but the reason I gave it an 8, is because it is expensive, and most people will not be able to afford this product, but those that are able to do so, should. Maybe in a few years, this will replace VS 6 in price :D

Final Score 9/10 - If you use C++, Visual Basic, or even the great C# that has just come out, you will love this product. The optimization is great.

Final Words: Buy it, if not this, at least Visual Studio 6, but VS .NET wins the battle of the two!

3-0 out of 5 stars Great product, but look at the requirements!
I come from a Visual Basic (3 and newer) and C/C++ background doing a great deal of development under both Windows and Unix. The software looks great and is quite user friendly (for a development environment). My biggest concern is the sheer size of the tool and the runtime environment. Among other things, I am a shareware author and a great number of prospective customers do not yet have the .NET runtime, which is a 24 MB download. Though I would not think twice about downloading such a file, those who are still dialing up to the Internet might think twice.

Overall, nice tool, but I am not yet convinced it is the most prudent tool for me and Visual Studio 6 is going to have a long lifetime despite this successor.

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding
The most "programming" I've ever done was a bit of server-side JavaScript - but with the IDE and the online help, I've had no problem sitting down and just chugging away at C#. The problem someone noted about needing an interpreter is incorrect: the Native Code Compiler included with the .NET SDK (installed with VS or available separately) can compile Microsoft's IL into machine code for Windows.

Definitely worth the learning curve if this is your thing!

4-0 out of 5 stars Great IDE, but UML support is terrible
Great, functional IDE for true object-oriented development.

However, the UML support is held together by glue and scotch tape with the included version of Visio 2002. Very poorly done, tedious and will not let you perform continuous round-trip engineering.

For an outstanding UML/Editor solution, check out Together Control Center. Although written and focused towards Java, it is capable of modeling and generating C# and VB.NET code.

2-0 out of 5 stars I don't think .NET is that great
All .NET languages need interpretor. Even C.NET which is a shame. Such language as C usually used to develop apps closely interacting with OS. So there will be even less interaction between user created apps and system because now Microsoft tells us to do everything through interpreter. Just like crippled Java does! But difference between stuff written in Java and C is that you know what your C application does, but you can never be sure about your Java application because there is interpreter between you and system, another buggy layer that controls you and that you cannot control. I agree .NET might be convinient way for people who like everything easy or are afraid to explore, but The biggest flow is that it takes control out of your hands convincing you that you are in control.
Usual Microsofts trick! ... Read more


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