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   .NET? ( Re: Joel on XML )

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  • From: Paul Tchistopolskii <paul@qub.com>
  • To: Joshua Allen <joshuaa@microsoft.com>, xml-dev@lists.xml.org
  • Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2000 01:02:18 -0700

From: Joshua Allen 

> Or is he saying that he has concluded that .NET has no 
> substance, simply from reading a single whitepaper?  
> From where I stand, .NET seems very clear, coherent, 
> uncompromisingly pragmatic, and backed up by lots 
> of product and code.  But I never read that whitepaper, 
> so obviously Joey knows more about it  than me.

Could you please provide the 'good' URL explaining 
the "very clear and coherent" message that .NET sends to us ?

I'm asking because in my opinion you did really great job with 
MS XSLT FAQ. What URLs are worth reading from your point 
of view?

MS is such a huge company and it is producing so many papers.
It usually takes me a while to find some reasonable snippet 
when I'm browsing / searching the MS website. 


PS. I 100% agree with you on Napster.  I also see nothing 
revolutionary in the yet another reincarnation of UCSD P-system.  
But this is offtopic, I think. 

What is the UCSD P-System?
It is a portable operating system that was popular in the 
early days of personal computers, in the late 1970s and 
early 1980s.


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