From: Samantha Atkins (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Apr 28 2001 - 16:15:25 MDT
Brian Atkins wrote:
> So they truly have solved the problem of having a "metalanguage" to express
> abstractions in, that can then be translated to concrete algorithms in any
> programming language? Or is it just hype?
It is just hype. Microsoft has some of the best IP talent as employees
but from what I've seen .NET doesn't use any of their truly IP ideas.
That said, a basic common VM language can be the common target for true
IP tools but that hardly means that such a VM language is IP.
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