Ok, I'm actually more serious about this question, then just another "what's better" topic.
I mostly program with C/C++, but after seeing all the great software developed with C# I got very interested in game programming with XNA. After searching for information, I found out that XNA will not be developed anymore. First of all, is this correct?
Microsoft is great and I love the developer tools, but it seems to be true, that they have never stuck with a game development technology for long.
My main question is this. What is really hapenning with XNA and is it worth working with today? Is Microsoft going to be releasing a new game development technology? Is it going to be scrapped completely? Will it be supported? etc. I think you guys get what I mean.
C/C++ has always been a fine language and whenever a library gets discontinued, there is something else to pick it up.
What are the XNA/C# options for the near future?