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C# day 1

Thoughts from first day of going over C#

Things I need to look up:

Generally, everybody seem to state Visual Studio C#.Net as a pre-requisite. Sharp Develop is more than enough for development at home. Or, if you must go with commercial products, try Borland C# Builder - a free download is available for personal use. At this point, I like these two much better than Visual Studio. Naturally, VIM is top choice.

Note: If you love C# or Java and is annoyed by my comparison to Python, please read my opinion about Python being just a scripting language.

  1. Certainly not annoyed by the comparison. Looking forward to more. Ever consider writing a third C# column of the Python and Java article? ( )

    Comparison's build synapses! :-)

    Comparisons to development practice (procedures, style?) also very welcome.

    Posted by: Dean on August 20, 2003 09:17 AM
  2. For what it is worth a year later, Java 1.5 has foreach structures and generics to help with the typing.

    Posted by: Tim on June 2, 2004 11:07 PM