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C# Features: Innovations or Imitations? – Part 1

Around the year 2000, Microsoft developed the C# language (led by Anders Hejlsberg). This language, along with the .NET framework had a significant strategic purpose. Microsoft would create a better language tied to Windows, driving customers to the Windows ecosystem and Microsoft products. Perhaps this was part of the notorious Embrace, extend, and extinguish Microsoft strategy …

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