Sunday, May 02, 2010

Windows & .NET Watch: Apple leaves bitter taste - SD Times: Software Development News

The final paragraph of a timely Larry O’Brien Apple reality check

In short, with no technical justification, Apple has forbidden modern languages and techniques, and thereby nailed open the door to memory leaks and vulnerabilities. This makes the iPhone significantly less appealing as a platform for corporate development. Windows Phone 7 just became a lot more attractive. Oh, and you can use Mono to program Android in C#, too.

Windows & .NET Watch: Apple leaves bitter taste - SD Times: Software Development News

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