I was thinking that in the future there could be a lucrative market for TV's and other devices which are NOT connected to the internet in any way and thereby assure users' privacy.
8 posts • joined 9 Jul 2020
When people asked me about the difference between .NET and .NET Core I'ld tell them that .NET Core was the multi-platform version of .NET. Now, with .NET 5 replacing .NET Core this isn't true anymore, because some of the targets (e.g. Windows Forms) only work on Windows, not on Linux and Mac.
This change was instigated by Microsoft PHB's, because the open-source community would never have made such a change.
It goes to show Microsoft's strategic directing of .NET's future is still very much governed by its profit motives.
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