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    Microsoft has lost faith in .NET

    Interesting, very detailed article by Microsoft MVP, Richard Grimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drhowarddrfine
    Microsoft has lost faith in .NET. Interesting, very detailed article by Microsoft MVP, Richard Grimes.
    (1) You should probably have started another thread, as this has nothing to do with the topic of the current one. Perhaps you could get a moderator to move your post and mine off to a whole new thread?

    (2) To say that Microsoft has lost faith in .NET is misleading. I haven't read the whole article you referenced (not enough hours in the day for that), but I have skimmed it. Seems to me the gist of the article is that Microsoft isn't basing the new Longhorn/Vista browser on .NET. Quite a bit of difference in that statement and the one you made, wouldn't you say?
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    this has nothing to do with the topic of the current one.
    Yes it does. He's wondering about whether to use ASP.

    To say that Microsoft has lost faith in .NET is misleading. I haven't read the whole article
    From the article:
    This indicates to me that Microsoft is losing confidence in .NET.
    Don't know why I typed 'faith' instead of 'confidence' but I read the whole article at least.

    Seems to me the gist of the article is that Microsoft isn't basing the new Longhorn/Vista browser on .NET.
    No, you are wrong.

    Quite a bit of difference in that statement and the one you made, wouldn't you say?
    No, you are wrong but I read the article.


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