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comment More Powerful language for client-side web apps: JavaScript or C#?
Despite this being my answer, I agree with you foreyez. Unfortunately, because it was a great platform, Silverlight is not a good choice for new, long term engineering investment.
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comment Is it sometimes reasonable to cut corners and expect to re-write software in a couple of years?
@jdv totally agreed. I view the role of the architect as the person that develops this long term understanding of the business direction and translates that into balancing different quality aspects in technical implementations.
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answered Is it sometimes reasonable to cut corners and expect to re-write software in a couple of years?
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comment Why would anyone invest time in Microsoft “Roslyn”?
@Penfold there's always room for new developer tools... :-)
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