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Bram van Kampen wrote:
The My Program Suite is out in the field since 2005...


That doesn't have anything to do with your statement about modern programming languages.

Bram van Kampen wrote:
We do not use standard software because it is too easy to hack!


90% of data loss from companies is due to internal breaches. An employee walks off with the data.
Most of the rest is based on employees doing something wrong - like posting their login on a postit on the box.

Actual technical "hacking" from outside sources is rare (compared to all business losses).

Bram van Kampen wrote:
Using C#, what you write gets translated to 'Universal Intermediate Code' to run on the Just in Time c# virtual machine. That intermediate code can easily be decompiled to the original source code, with the loss of function and naming conventions We as an organisation will never entertain it as a way to distribute our code!


First I know exactly how C# works. I also know how java, perl, C++, C, assembler and even SQL on various boxes works. I have in fact written several custom compilers and interpreters and have written an IDE as well.

Secondly I can see how you feel that that protects your IP, but doesn't have much to do with the statement that I originally responded to.
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