MS strategy with Longhorn
It seems that Microsoft's strategy with Longhorn is to add features that will make software development a lot faster.
if not more and more complex, that complexity will hurt developer's productivity
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The strategy for Longhorn is the same as our strategy for every OS release, Binky.
Pinky!!! not Binky.
I don't see any implication that they associate XAML coding with the proverbial .com HTML "coding". They simply feel that declarative programming is a means to separate UI and business logic. It seems they've come up with their own version of XForms - rather than "embrace and extend", they've just decided to re-write.
He does mean 'Binky'.
No, he means "Pinky"
binky <> pinky.
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