It's .NET, Jim, but not as we know it...

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Programming the Windows 8 Runtime with C#, Visual Basic or F# feels a lot like programming for the .NET platform. But under the covers, your .NET code is talking to an entirely new platform, with an entirely different architecture - an architecture that supports not only .NET but also native code and JavaScript. In this deep dive into the Windows Runtime, we'll explore how WinRT works, how language bindings bridge between the .NET and WinRT worlds, and what it all means for building WinRT applications and libraries.
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