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rwestgraham26-Jan-05 23:59
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It's probably not really important from a practical perspective if or when the actual platform, for example NET, replaces VS6.

Rather, the meaningful question is at what point in time does any particular skill become widely obsolete or widely required in the job market?

C++ is in general is by no means obsolete the US, but NET has already replaced VS6 in becoming the latest must-have essential skill in much of the job market.

So in the important sense, NET has or soon will "replace" VS6 because employer demand for NET skills have either already surpassed, or soon will surpass VS6 skills in terms of a developer's marketibility.

I could not comment on that status in China.

At what point in time do you think most software companies in China will have managed to acquire bootlegged illigitemate copies of VS.NET? That is the time when VS6 skillsets will need to be replaced by VS.NET skillsets.

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