By David Gassner | Friday, July 22, 2011
Microsoft’s developer community has worked for many years with the .NET framework, a set of runtimes, compilers, libraries, and programming languages that lets developers build many different types of applications. From web applications built with ASP.NET and Silverlight, to Windows client applications, to Silverlight and XNA for Windows Phone, developers can code in multiple programming languages such as C# and VB.NET and use similar coding styles in many environments.
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