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Huge security hole in .NET? February 6, 2005

Posted by rjdohnert in Software reviews.
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Very dissapointing argument by Gosling, the father of Java, in this interview . What it looks like to me is that Gosling has no idea what he is talking about. His argument boils down to C/C++ are unmanaged code so they cant be utilized in .NEt since .NET is managed code. First I find it very hard to believe that Gosling doesnt understand the basics of .NET. While C/C++ are indeed unmanaged code. but what .NET does support is Managed C++ extensions. .NEt code is as safe as Java code, I think this is another kick in the groin by Sun trying to find an argument to not use .NET without actually having a decent argument not to use .NET. Next thing you know we will hear. “Dont use .NEt because Microsoft was convicted of Anti-Trust crimes.

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