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  For: No-touch/Click-once deployment Tim  15/04/08 13:34 
Last Post by Graham
  Against: Large runtime needed Tim  27/10/07 17:32 
Last Post by Michael B.
  General: Paint.NET Winform sample Tim  16/10/06 21:00 
Last Post by Doug
  For: Linux support with Mono Tim  13/06/06 06:13 
Last Post by Tim
  For: Databinding that works Tim  24/10/05 07:54 
Last Post by chandu
  Against: Executables easily decompiled Tim  25/06/05 05:53 
Last Post by Lloyd
  For: Automatic memory management increases productivity and reduces errors Tim  29/04/05 08:45 
Last Post by viktor
  Against: Expensive to learn 16  Clyde Davies  10/04/05 23:26 
Last Post by Don Demsak
  General: Is the .NET Framework good enough? Tim  10/04/05 21:06 
Last Post by Clyde Davies
  General: Measuring memory usage Tim  10/03/05 10:26 
Last Post by Tim
  Against: The Microsoft factor Tim  15/10/04 11:46 
Last Post by Clyde Davies
  For: Code access security Tim  12/10/04 12:19 
Last Post by Clyde Davies
  For: Supports multiple languages Tim  05/10/04 15:02 
Last Post by Tim
  For: JIT compilation Tim  05/10/04 06:55 
Last Post by Tim
  For: Rich framework library Tim  03/10/04 08:47 
Last Post by Clyde Davies
  For: Designed by pragmatists rather than purists Clyde Davies  03/10/04 08:42 
Last Post by Clyde Davies
  Against: GUI applications are slow Tim  03/10/04 08:19 
Last Post by Clyde Davies
  For: Easy platform invoke Tim  27/09/04 11:18 
Last Post by JonSkeet
  General: Middleware co. study of .NET vs J2EE/Linux Tim  24/09/04 21:40 
Last Post by Tim
  For: Strong versioning tackles DLL Hell Tim  23/09/04 16:17 
Last Post by Tim
  Welcome and Rationale - please read Tim  23/09/04 12:41 
Last Post by JonSkeet
  General: SharpDevelop Tim  23/09/04 12:09 
Last Post by Massuda
  For: Device programming Tim  22/09/04 21:36 
Last Post by Tim
  Against: Memory usage is huge Tim  22/09/04 21:22 
Last Post by Tim
  For: Easy component sharing Tim  22/09/04 21:01 
Last Post by Tim
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