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GeneralRe: Facebook May Pay $20 Million for "Sponsored Stories" Ads PinprotectorAspDotNetDev4-Dec-12 17:23 
NewsFlipping heck - coins biased Pinmemberbryce3-Dec-12 16:15 
GeneralRe: Flipping heck - coins biased PinmemberPIEBALDconsult3-Dec-12 18:30 
NewsWhat They Didn’t Tell You About EcmaScript 5′s Array Extras PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Dec-12 13:08 
NewsWhy C++ Is Not “Back” PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Dec-12 13:07 
GeneralRe: Why C++ Is Not “Back” PinmemberxComaWhitex3-Dec-12 13:55 
GeneralRe: Why C++ Is Not “Back” PinmemberGary R. Wheeler3-Dec-12 15:02 
GeneralRe: Why C++ Is Not “Back” Pinmemberdevvvy3-Dec-12 15:49 
xComaWhitex wrote:
C# has some simplicity. I

my app complicated enough, i don't need any further complexity to delete(thisshit)
 
xComaWhitex wrote:
I keep going back to C++ for gui work simply because WPF is just too insane

yea think WPF sucks sh*t but why not just use Winform?
 
xComaWhitex wrote:
My only gripe about C++ is Microsoft's slow arse at adding features of C++11

I started my career doing MFC/WIN32/C++ - but I wish C++ just die and everything just .NET/C# so I can only focus on real application logic/capability
 
xComaWhitex wrote:
If you want C++ development switch to Linux.

I don't switch to another platform because it's cool or that I want to do C++
(I would if it *PAYS*)
 
xComaWhitex wrote:
That's another good thing about C# is COM development.

Gosh, they used to say "COM is Love". WTF just hype ... all this complexity to for just a god damn procedure call? I remember one whole book just on DCOM while I can wire down any sh*t with C# in binary format with existing library or build new one for RPC in two days.
 
All in all, I wish C++ is dead and whole world just do one single language C# and one single API - .NET
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GeneralRe: Why C++ Is Not “Back” PinmemberClifford Nelson3-Dec-12 15:01 
NewsAuto-Threading Compilers Are Here PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Dec-12 13:07 
GeneralRe: Auto-Threading Compilers Are Here PinmemberLloyd Atkinson3-Dec-12 13:26 
GeneralMessage Removed Pinmember_beauw_3-Dec-12 13:33 
GeneralRe: Auto-Threading Compilers Are Here Pinmemberdevvvy3-Dec-12 16:54 
GeneralRe: Auto-Threading Compilers Are Here PinmemberClifford Nelson3-Dec-12 15:06 
GeneralRe: Auto-Threading Compilers Are Here Pinmembered welch4-Dec-12 0:56 
NewsExplorations in Unix PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Dec-12 13:06 
NewsSurface Pro: Overpriced tablet, half an Ultrabook, or yet another Tablet PC? PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Dec-12 11:53 
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GeneralRe: I'm Going to Make a Lot of People Mad: Criticizing the Uncriticizable Pinmemberdevvvy3-Dec-12 16:14 
GeneralRe: I'm Going to Make a Lot of People Mad: Criticizing the Uncriticizable Pinmemberdevvvy3-Dec-12 16:14 
NewsTexting SMS pioneer Matti Makkonen 20 years on PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Dec-12 11:52 
NewsIn Defense of HTML5 (for security) PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Dec-12 11:51 
NewsThe Next Big OS War Is in Your Dashboard PinstaffTerrence Dorsey3-Dec-12 11:51 
NewsMariaMole - an Arduino IDE for advanced developers (and beginners too) PinstaffTerrence Dorsey2-Dec-12 11:47 

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