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daily link  Wednesday, August 14, 2002

Jon Udell: Road to managed code. "What .Net will do for the server family, sooner rather than later, is present a consistent set of interfaces to programmers. These interfaces will live in managed space as part of the .Net Framework and will enable any .Net language to control the servers. [...] the server products will become a set of components that can be scripted using .Net languages. This arrangement will enable developers to extend individual servers more productively, and it will be a huge win when -- as is typical -- they yoke different servers together in complex solutions." Interesting. Managed code is one of the key concepts of .NET Framework.
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