Title: .NET Bibliography
Author: Safari Content Team (Safari Books Online)
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When Microsoft released the first beta of the .NET Framework in 2000 it quickly became the default way of developing software for Windows. Rising from the technological legacy of COM, with the C# language, Common Language Runtime (CLR), Intermediate Language (IL) and Just-in-time (JIT) compilation, it was a modern platform that made it easy for Java and C++ developers to develop for Windows. At the same time, Visual Basic .NET provided a natural transition path for Visual Basic developers….