DDJ on the Flaws in .NET

Via Slashdot:

bq.. Richard Grimes of Dr. Dobbs Journal wrote an article entitled Mr. Grimes’ Farewell, in which he discusses what he feels are inherent flaws in .NET, and how he is abandoning his .NET column. Grimes argues that .NET is merely thin wrappers to Win32 calls (Avalon uses message functions that date back to 16-bit Windows), that Microsoft has abandoned confidence in both .NET and sales of Longhorn, and that the framework itself is too large and poorly implemented, most of it ported from past APIs like WFC and VB.

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