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+ - Microsoft's top devs don't seem to like own tools->

Submitted by ericatcw
ericatcw (1194651) writes "Through tools such as Visual Basic and Visual Studio, Microsoft may have done more than any other vendor to make drag and drop-style programming mainstream. But its superstar developers seem to prefer old-school modes of hacking code. During the panel at the Professional Developers Conference earlier this month, the devs also revealed why they think writing tight, bare-metal code will come back into fashion, and why parallel programming hasn't caught up with the processors yet."
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Microsoft's top devs don't seem to like own tools

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