As you noticed by the title I didn't used the term “know” since I find it more ambiguous then “you can code in”. To keep answers short lets limit ourselves to five languages at most , have the same list for strongest and weakest points and mention those point in brief (one or two sentences). Who will go first ?

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Hi everybody, I'd like to ask you if there are some ways how to protect .NET exe and dlls against decompilation. [B]I am not interested in any form of obfuscation[/B], only methods based on (or equivalent to) compiling traditional compilers to machine language. There doesn't matter if commercial or open source, portability is not an issue - the only goal is strong protection. Thank you for any reasonable tips. Regards, VIeditorlover

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I'm putting together a new gaming machine, but would like some opinions on the motherboard since I'm weaker in that area. Here are the minimum requirements based on other components I've pretty much nailed down for my needs: * i5-3570K CPU (LGA1155 socket) *-- already purchased, hard requirement* * 16-32GB DDR3-1600Mhz RAM (240-pin DIMM) *-- not a hard requirement except for the GB* * 2 Radeon HD 7970 Graphics Cards (probably Gigabyte GV-R797OC-3GD) *-- model not a hard requirement* Everything else can be customized based on the motherboard, but things like the case and coolers will depend on the mobo. …

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I'm not. My idea is: if you want to stop a tsunami(a disease) you have to build a strong, huge concrete wall(a medication), a pebble(a dilution of a dilution?) will have little effect.

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The End.