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#ActualRattenhirn

Posted 28 December 2012 - 04:15 PM

Productivity, not language performance, is the key feature.


Since this seems to be your primary argument now, I've spent some time looking into that.

Productivity is very difficult to quantify objectively, and in my experience the main productivity gain you get from C# is the excellent library that comes with it, especially for GUI programs. Hence it's high usefulness for tools.

But it like to hear more about those productivity gains!


#1Rattenhirn

Posted 28 December 2012 - 04:15 PM

<blockquote class="ipsBlockquote" data-author="frob" data-cid="5015155"><p>Productivity, not language performance, is the key feature.</p></blockquote><br />Since this seems to be your primary argument now, I've spent some time looking into that.<br /><br />Productivity is very difficult to quantify objectively, and in my experience the main productivity gain you get from C# is the excellent library that comes with it, especially for GUI programs. Hence it's high usefulness for tools.<br /><br />But it like to hear more about those productivity gains!

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