It could easily descend into the usual unproductive flame fests of “mine’s better than yours!”, but that truly isn’t the intention of my latest article “Why Use .NET“.
Every platform, framework, and architecture has its own strengths and weaknesses, and .NET is no exception. So, the features highlighted in the article aren’t discussed as if they are unique or necessarily better in .NET (although, of course, most are! ;)), but it should give those who are still dipping toes into .NET some good reasons to dive right in.
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