The Coding Monkey

Friday, June 17, 2005

Anders Hejlsberg on C#... Again

InfoWorld has an interview with Anders Hejlsberg from Microsoft TechEd 2005 in Orlando. (H/T to Eric Gunnerson). It's the standard Anders interview. Anders has been with Microsoft for about 8 years now (before that he was with Borland where he architected Delphi). He's been the man with the plan on C# and .NET for about 5 years now. All his interviews are the same, and it kinda grinds on me, because this guy is amazing, and I wish people interviewing him would branch out some more.

  • So what is C#... or sometimes... why do we need C# over C ?
  • How does it compare to Java? Why nobody asks how it compares to Delphi I don't know, because there are a lot of similarities (duh).
  • How do you feel about open source movements?
  • What's your feelings about Microsoft? He works for them... what do you think he's going to say?
They talked a little bit about C-Omega which is cool, but even then it was just boilerplate stuff. It's a nice interview, but come one... lets get some more meat to it.


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