Jun 2, 2008

New programing language!

Hi! Today I got an "job opportunity" from one of jobs sites I'm registered (no, I'm not looking for a new job, I just didn't unregistered) with a really intriguing subject:
A skilled professional with 3 years of experience in C, Sharp and VB.NET.
I have to admit that I do know C and also a little of VB.NET, but I have never seen SHARP :) Ok, probably it was just a mistyping, but I bet the person who wrote this subject has no idea about programing languages whatsoever ;)

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think you are the one that has no idea abput programming languages.
C# is the new generation of C++.Net and is pure Object Oriented, like java.

Vagaus said...

No,

You are not being fair!

I did read "How to program (in 21 days)" and "How to become a great programmer for dummies".

Anyway, thanks for replaying.

Anonymous said...

Let the man know that the symbol # is also called a sharp in music. That's why C# reads "C sharp" or sometimes only "sharp".

Just........ said...

I think the ',' between C and Sharp is the typo.. If you remove this ',' and read it will become "C Sharp and VB.NET" which suites to a particular stream of programing.C and VB.NET seems to be not a good combination.....

Just........ said...

I think the ',' between C and Sharp is the typo.. If you remove this ',' and read it is ',' you can read "C Sharp and VB.NET"

Vagaus said...

Hi "just"

That's what I believe also.

I just think it is interesting: some one send a job offer without paying attention to the description ;)