Tuesday, March 20, 2007

J# Is Put Out to Pasture, and No One Notices

After last week's announcement of the end of the line for Visual FoxPro, I found it entertaining to read that J# suffered a similar fate, two months ago!  J# is Microsoft's implementation of Java syntax on the Common Language Runtime.  It was never promoted as a primary .NET language.  It was intentionally a clone of Java so that Java developers could move painlessly onto the .NET runtime.



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