by Steve Anglin
"In George Orwell's Animal Farm, the animals on a small farm revolt against the farmer and create a seemingly utopian world in which all animals share the labor and the fruits of that labor. Now, the programming world faces a similar revolt." This is certainly an interesting take on .NET from Windows 2000 Magazine.
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What do you think of this article?
The Orwellian analogy
One would wonder if the author had actual read the book and knew what the outcome for the farm animals was?
Programming Language Equality
Well, some programming languages *are* more equal than others....