.NET And Open Source

James Vastbinder wonders if open source is the anathema for .NET. In fact I think that .NET has only encouraged open source, and is now available to a wider userbase because of Mono. SharpDevelop was one of the first open source tools I used and was more than just impressed. [Continue]

Good .Net Development Tools

I was looking for tools for some .Net work, when I came across two fantastic tools – .Net Reflector and Hawkeye. Both of them together can help reverse engineer a lot of .Net code. I think one of the advantages of a virtual machine and intermediate level code, CLR in this case, is that its specifications can be used to explore the JVM capabilities at runtime irrespective of the programming language used. [Continue]



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