.NET Micro Framework

Posted by: Bill Evjens Blog, on 01 Nov 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Java has always been good at getting its code down to the smallest of devices. .NET made attempts at entering this space a little while back when SPOT came out that allowed .NET developers to write code for some small devices such as some Microsoft watches. SPOT has gone away it seems but the work applied there has brought forth the new and upcoming .NET Micro Framework. This is a development environment that will allow for .NET development on a small device. The size of the framework will only be...

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