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Managed C++ and other non-C#/VB.NET .NET languages

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    I'm curious what the experience has been like for C++ programmers using the managed extensions for C++. It seems most people are using C# and to some extent VB.NET.

    Also, what other managed languages are people using? Last I heard there were around 26 CLS-compliant languages out there, though I seldom here much about them in practice. Certainly, the lack of VS-like dev tools probably has something to do with it, but I'd still be interested in knowing more about other managed languages and how they are used in the real world.

    Stay tuned to Channel 9 for a new video series with a next generation (Whidbey timeframe) C++ architect. There's some real goodness in the next version of C++...

    Looking forward to hearing about other .NET languages being used out there.

    Keep on posting,


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