Talk:Comparison of Java and .NET
Whoa, some major neutrality issues and lack of citations. "Criticisms" coming from the ether, stating that programmers don't have time to learn both (when it's practically a necessity in the job market), and making judgment calls on the users and creators. Also this article is still talking from the perspective of 2007 when it's received edits since then.
How about some actual comparisons, like allocation or iterative speeds? Or how the two differ on their usage of objects and primitives. I know the two camps are still pretty split and heated to this day, but like 3/4 of this article should just straight-up go since it's more un-cite-able rhetoric than architecture comparison.Lance Knifehand 06:37, 1 December 2009 (UTC)