>>fprog-ITPCFRVQ (OP) i don't much about .net except that it is from micro$oft, so i already hate it
I'm just stealing all of these from fchan
I am looking to become a .NET developer to get some kind of comfy position at a well paying job. >Where do I start? I'm not sure >What kind of .NET should I use? I was thinking core, but I don't know if its stable >Does it feel good to program in .NET? I would think so when I'm making the big bucks >Why are you posting this? Let me know bros I'm all ears. Looking for a helping hand. If anyone would be willing to spread themselves my way I'd gladly embrace it. dotNET does seem like the way, but if you think its not memory safe let me know PLZ!!
>>fprog-Z82LST1D microsoft puts monumental effort into destroying open stardards and backdooring their products. being wary of what is run by them is a reasonable heuristic, everything that Billy the G touches withers and dies.
>>fprog-SYCYN1AC How is that and different than including Rust in the kernel? Rust has no standards same with every driver that needs to be implemented in the Linux kernel >No open standards Allowing sole organizations to sign off on commits? Patent trolls like IBM, Oracle etc... Don't want something in the kernel? Write a patent for it >Allowing for backdoors in the entire industry is equally as bad
>>fprog-ITPCFRVQ (OP) >Where do I start? Depends on what you want to do. C# is an all around good programming language. ASP.NET is (while mediocre) the best for web dev under the .NET framework. There are definitely other decent languages but afaik those are the two most used and probably most useful There are plenty of great C# resources online (including a full video tutorial series published by microsoft) >Does it feel good to program in .NET? It can be depending on what you're doing, C# was the first language I learned and back when i was like 13-14 making stupid Windows apps it was very comfy. >Should I do this? Maybe, maybe not, if you don't care about Micro$hit's philosophy, track record, etc then absolutely do it, especially since there are some good paying dev jobs with it.
>>fprog-2283SYLD rust is just a tranny version of c++, and its inclusion in anything is purely tranny egomania
Learn Q# instead
>>fprog-2283SYLD >how is that different than kernel drivers a shitty programming language is not a kernel driver >rust has no open standards rust has no standards, so yea you're right they're just shoving shit into the kernel
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