C# and VB.net folks have to worry about that. Either they have to switch to web services or their job will not be safe. Nikhil Kothari also thinks same (though he has not expressed it anywhere). So he decided to bring C# developers on the client side. Nikhil is currently working on a project called Script#. In his own words:
The project is still in development phase but you can try your hands on it. Download the Script# and read Nikhil's demonstration. You can also watch a video. Nikhil says:
Introduction to Script#
Download Script# Video
Nikhil Kothari's Weblog
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Script# - Another Flower in .Net Bouquet
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