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Microsoft Renames C# Language

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2009/06/06 09:26 AM RssIcon

csharp Microsoft, today, announced that it will be renaming it's new C# programming language. This renaming is aimed squarely to position its new language as a direct competitor to Java. Now named "Tea", this new language will offer a full palette of development tools and technologies. The key components of the new "Tea" language are "Flavorlettes", "Tea Bags", and "Brew Objects".

"Flavorlettes" are similar to Java Servlets. Flavorlettes are unique, however, in that they are designed to allow code to be presented in several different "flavours" with little or no coding. They will also connect directly to several special sensory devices to enhance the overall user experience. Microsoft plans to have several flavorlette objects, include DarJeeling, Mocha, Cinnamon and the all-time favourite Billaberry.

java "Tea Bags" are similar to Java Beans, except that they offer special penetration capabilities that allows code to permeate throughout a web development environment, even into existing Java, C++ and VB technology. The permeation technology will automatically eliminate non-Microsoft technologies to ensure a pure development environment. "Tea bags" can take on two different characteristics: "Caffinated", which are similar to EJBs and "Decaffinated", which are general-purpose non-enterprise level objects.

"Brew Objects" are special "tea" objects that allow different technologies to be easily meshed (or "brewed") together. When combined with "Packets", these objects can also be morphed to a developer's personal taste. One Microsoft developer likened "Packets" to "Sugar Packets". Microsoft is currently working with several different countries to ensure that a variety of brew objects are available for the first release. Microsoft currently has brews from Japan, China, England and India planned for the initial release.

tea These new tools will be available in the upcoming "Visual Tea" development environment. Microsoft promises that the development environment will be jam-packed with Tea Wizards, Spouts and all of the common brewing capabilities that have become popular in the Java language. This new environment will also include a conversion architecture called "The Decaffeinator" which will convert all existing Java objects to Tea objects.

Microsoft will release the new "Tea" toolset shortly. One developer said, "we'll release it once it is properly brewed, not a moment sooner."

Visual Tea, "Write once, run anywhere... but non-Microsoft platforms"

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Re: Microsoft Renames C# Language

I wish that I could leave a meaningful comment ;)

When I was in IT, my focus was on connectivity and convergence. I could (and still can) build you a wonderful network, and work on getting all sorts of little gadgets connected. Obviously, have clever guys like you who can talk directly to computers to write the required app ;)

As or Java or Tea - I drink one cup Mocca Java in the morning, and for the rest of the day it's tea (Rooibos, with a cup English over lunch). :)

By Emil on  2009/06/07 10:41 PM
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Re: Microsoft Renames C# Language

Emil,

ALl your comments are meaningful. We all have our specialities. I dable in networking as well. started out in hardware. Just installed a network last month

BTW, My Wife, who is English, Loves Rooibos. I hate tea. Am a java man myself.

By Robert BRavery on  2009/06/07 11:26 PM
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Re: Microsoft Renames C# Language

I had to look at the date to make sure it wasn't 1 April!
All the tea in China wouldn't get me to think that Microsoft could strain the life out of Java. If I can read the leaves, I'd say this would be a tea-potty idea! :)
Sorry, this is the best I could do.
Regards
Glenn
The Redcentaur Blog. Better Design. Inspired.

By Glenn Reffin on  2009/06/10 07:14 PM
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Re: Microsoft Renames C# Language

Glenn,
"tea-potty idea!", I like it. You mention 1st April, you wont believe that I actually received an email from a guy who was devastated and enquiring if it was for real.

By Robert Bravery on  2009/06/10 07:35 PM
 
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