The .NET Framework was originally released in 2002. In terms of programming frameworks, that makes it “mature” in the sense that it contains virtually every significant, desirable feature currently available in major programming languages. Nevertheless, it would be a mistake to think that .NET has reached “old age”; “middle aged” would be a much closer description. After all, C and C++ have been around for far longer than C#.
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