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September 23, 2002

Ive Been Working On Ensuring Compatibility With The Upcoming NET Framework 11 And C Compiler V 71 For The Programs In

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I’ve been working on ensuring compatibility with the upcoming .NET Framework 1.1 (and C# compiler v. 7.1) for the programs in Thinking in C#. Probably 98+% of the programs worked fine, although I’m seeing something very strange with one particular multithreading program. Almost undoubtedly, I introduced a defect somehow, but it sure is startling.

Also, I’m interested in boasting that “x% of the programs run under Mono.” I don’t run a Linux machine: anyone using Mono interested in helping me out with the experiment? If so, drop me a line.

HP Will Push NETA

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HP will push .NET. Personally, I don’t think of HP as a major force in influencing software development.

Liberty Alliance

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Liberty Alliance plans interoperability with Passport. Significantly good news.

NY Times Has Published TA Hrefhttpwwwnytimescom20020924science24BEAUhtmlpagewanted1ampei5007ampene110cb692

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NY Times has published the 10 Most Beautiful Experiments in Science. I can accept that nothing from Computer Science made the list, but to snub Michelson-Morley? An outrage!

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