Quantcast

Microsoft to score new C# standard

Get the WebProNews Newsletter:
[ Business]

Microsoft is continuing its efforts to standardize its C# programming language, the software giant’s competitor to Java and a foundation for its next-generation Internet services.

Microsoft on Tuesday said that the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in April will certify Microsoft’s programming language C# (pronounced C sharp) and the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI), which is underlying software “plumbing” that can run applications written in different programming languages.

Click below to read this article at the ZDNet.com website:

www.ZDNet.com

ZDNet: Where Technology Means Business. ZDNet, www.zdnet.com, operates a worldwide network of web sites that offer content, services, and commerce opportunities that enable IT professionals and business influencers to gain an edge in business. Winner of the Computer Press Association’s “Best Overall Site” award for two consecutive years, ZDNET provides an invaluable perspective and resources so that users can get the most out of their investments in technology.

Microsoft to score new C# standard
Comments Off
About ZDNet
ZDNet: Where Technology Means Business. ZDNet, www.zdnet.com, operates a worldwide network of web sites that offer content, services, and commerce opportunities that enable IT professionals and business influencers to gain an edge in business. Winner of the Computer Press Association's "Best Overall Site" award for two consecutive years, ZDNET provides an invaluable perspective and resources so that users can get the most out of their investments in technology. WebProNews Writer
Top Rated White Papers and Resources

Comments are closed.