Wikipedia:WikiProject .NET

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Some Wikipedians have formed a project to better organize information in articles related to Microsoft's .NET Framework. This page and its subpages contain their suggestions; it is hoped that this project will help to focus the efforts of other Wikipedians. If you would like to help, please inquire on the talk page and see the to-do list there.

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The main goal is that Wikipedia on .NET would be the reference of all issues related to .NET technology.


Complete all categorization and stub tags as well as {attention} tags or {cleanup} tags into articles before taking care of the content.
  1. Categorize all the remaining articles related to .NET. We will revise this task before the end of September 2005. (In progress)
  2. Make sure there are no duplicate categorization in a single article. Category:.NET programming languages is child of Category:.NET Framework. (In progress)
  3. Tag {stubs} on short articles.
  4. Check for any articles that need {attention} tags or {cleanup}.
reinvent the structure of articles and discuss them on the project talk page.
Start the hard work; concentrate on content.

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Please Cleanup and remove biased information in this article: Comparison of C sharp to vb dot net

I have used both these languages extensively since .NET emerged and I don't really find too much to complain of in the linked article. In fact, I think it's a pretty good comparison, better than I see most places on the web. The one thing I would add would be a discussion of the Windows Designer added to C#, which makes it competitive with VB for rapid development. I might also add a mention of the fact that VB has nearly twice as many keywords as C#, which probably says something about the two languages but I'm not sure what--that VB takes longer to learn all of it? That it provides some extra help for some things? Anyway, would you mind clarifying why you consider the article biased? Or has it been cleaned up already?

Harborsparrow 00:29, 2 October 2006 (UTC)

Resources[edit] --Kmax01 (talk) 13:24, 1 May 2011 (UTC)

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