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Comment: Re:Is it news or isn't it? (Score 1) 106

by rushmobius (#30614416) Attached to: Codeplex 100 Day Deadline Passes Unremarked
Most companies fail to live up to their own hype. Microsoft is no different in this aspect. As for you claiming .NET is a miserable failure, I'm unsure what method you used to arrive at this conclusion. While I currently develop for a Java/C++ shop, I have worked for a number of companies that use the full MS stack. I tend to prefer C# over Java, but develop in whatever language/platform a company needs. I'm sure I could spend 10 minutes digging and find a non-3rd party app written for .NET. I know this is /. but making broad statements about a company and their technologies doesn't aid anyone in making an informed opinion.

Comment: Article title completely misleading (Score 2, Interesting) 397

by rushmobius (#24156943) Attached to: Warhammer Online Sees Massive Content Removal To Make Launch
The title of this article is completely mis-leading. I fail to see how dropping 4 classes out of 24, and some of the capital city sieges, is 'Massive'. Massive typically means a very large quantity of something. In terms of the game, while these delayed items will be missed, it is a small percentage of the overall game content. At least read the interview to understanding what was actually announced and the reasons behind dropping a few classes.

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