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Does anybody think that in the future professional development will be done on other platforms using MonoDevelop? Therefore making C# multiplatform.

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Personally, I don't think so. But this is my own opinion

My argument being, why use .net (a Microsoft Product, subject to their often over-zealous licensing terms) when you can use Java to create a true multi-platform application, with the same ease as .net?

Also, C++ allows for multi-platform development, offering performance you can't have in Java, however, it takes longer to developer.

Personally, I understand why Mono exists, but it will not replace Java.

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