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The .NET Language Paradigm

, 16 Jul 2003 182.5K 21
.NET developers are faced with the daunting and sometimes overwhelming task of choosing the right language for the .NET Framework. This article humbly attempts to put light on the .NET language paradigm.
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Rai Umair
Web Developer
Australia Australia
Rai lives in the coastal metropolitan city of Karachi. He is pursuing a CS degree from SZABIST and right now has his hands dirty with .NET. By the way he still remembers his good old days with ColdFusion.

His research interests include Information Retrieval and Software Architecture.

He really likes to interact with peers and fellow develpers. Go ahead! Drop him a line. He will be glad to respond.

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