IT Priorities: At one stage it seemed that .Net was simply a prefix for every new Microsoft product release but, while still not perfect, it is evolving into a stable platform for Web services development
By Rupert Goodwins
| August 5, 2003 -- 15:22 GMT (08:22 PDT)
| Topic: Developer
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