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Christopher Brumme - Are there things that you see developers doing with .NET that you wish they wou

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We asked Christopher what he wished developers wouldn't do, and he turned it around and talked about what he wishes Microsoft hadn't done.


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  • Jeroen BultersJeroen Bulters It's meeeeee!!! *snicker*
    The Express products are (IMO) the perfect example of Microsoft going the right way. By making these development tools available to the masses they can tap into a whole new line of talent (e.g. by means of the coding challenge) and/or ideas for the next 10 years to f*** up Wink.
  • Thanks for the insight, Chris.  I think that one thing we never expect when we take a shortcut is just how long the source may stay in production. I don't think I'm ever ready to stop working on an app, but my bosses have their own opinions for how long things should take and when they count as done.  Time to Ship!

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