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  1. F#

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    20 May 2002 by Ian Davis

    F#: F# is an implementation of the core of the Caml programming language for the .NET Framework, along with cross-language …
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  2. Joel on .NET

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    15 May 2002 by Ian Davis

    Joel on .NET. More on the .NET cross-language strategy from Joel Spolsky VB.NET and C#.NET are virtually identical except for …
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  3. More COOL Rumours

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    22 September 1999 by Ian Davis

    More rumours on Microsoft’s COOL project, this time courtesy of jTechUpdate (this page uses ActiveX). Tod Nielson, of Microsoft USA …
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  4. Microsoft Cool is Near

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    9 September 1999 by Ian Davis

    The Register is reporting that Microsoft are close to releasing their supposed Java killer – Cool. Rumours hint that it …
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  5. Microsoft’s CFM to Rival JVM?

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    2 April 1999 by Ian Davis

    Steven Lucco, a researcher at Microsoft is speaking at Software Developent 99 regarding a new virtual machine that can run …
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  6. MS Cool

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    29 March 1999 by Ian Davis

    There’s a new article over at JavaWorld about Microsoft’s planned COOL programming language. Not many details but they leave the …
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