Tuesday, 30 November 2010

What's your preferred .NET programming language?

Zoho are running a poll about language preference on .NET:

The results show a surprisingly large proportion of developers now choosing F#, even more than VB!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Skewed by twitter posts...

TechNeilogy said...

For me it really is F# at this point. I don't dislike C# or managed C++, and I have written a number of large projects in C#. However, I find that my code is both easier to design originally and easier to maintain in F#. F# does pose some barrier to entry to traditional programmers, but there are many resources to help overcome this, and once overcome, F# is a wonderful language for coding and even just thinking about programming problems.

Anonymous said...

This kind of poll is biased (put this poll on a VB forum, and everything will change), results don't mean much.
I'm sure there are more F# developers than C# developers reading your blog, so you're adding an extra bias.