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1answer
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Is it recommended to use more than one language at a startup? [closed]

I work for a mobile startup where, for historical reasons, our chosen language was C#. I was recently assigned to a small project to build a tool that would be used by us internally. When I explained ...
1
vote
1answer
424 views

Is ZeroMQ a good choice to make a Python app and a C# managed assembly work together?

I have a task that involves talking to a .NET-based API (namely AutoCAD) to retrieve data, send commands, and react to events. I want to separate the API operations and the proper program logic ...
37
votes
11answers
4k views

Is C# development effectively inseparable from the IDE you use?

I'm a Python programmer learning C# who is trying to stop worrying and just love C# for what it is, rather than constantly comparing it back to Python. I'm caught up on one point: the lack of ...
5
votes
5answers
1k views

When and why should one create classes at runtime?

I have read many articles on the creation of dynamic types and classes at run time. For example, the TypeBuilder class in C# lets one create dynamic types. Python has this type function by which one ...
2
votes
4answers
3k views

PHP, Python, C# for web and desktop applications [closed]

I am a 10 year PHP developer. Just recently I have taken a little bit of an interests in C# after seeing that you can build native Windows desktop programs as well as build sites like Stackoverflow. ...
3
votes
2answers
594 views

Resources or advice useful coming to C# from python 2.7.1

I'm a python monkey at heart. I eat drink sleep and dream in it, and have found that it's taught me much more about writing quality code than my degree in Computer Science ever did, however I've been ...
18
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11answers
4k views

Why hasn't C# gained much traction within the opensource community?

I'm not expecting C# to be on par with say Java or Python in the open source community, but it still surprises me just how far behind it is. 'Multi language' open source repos like google code or ...
1
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3answers
2k views

Why is C# ASP.NET generally not regarded as a rapid web development framework?

The terms rapid web development gets associated with Python/Django and ROR. Why is this not the case with C# ASP.NET?
5
votes
4answers
3k views

Is it possible to write an anti-virus like thing using C# or Python?

C# and Python can't compete with C and Assembly when writing such tools is the need. I left C many years back and I don't think I will be able to cope up so fast. Is it possible to write Anti-Virus ...
4
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2answers
2k views

Do you think F# and Python might rule the future market? [closed]

I am seeing that Microsoft is concentrating too much on F#. What type of language it is going to be and will it replace the C# user base? In the last few months I am noticing Ruby posts in some ...