Linked by David Adams on Mon 3rd Jan 2011 04:44 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless "I'm a Mac and iOS developer and just spent the past week using a Windows Phone 7 powered Samsung Focus as my primary phone rather than an iPhone 4 as I have for the past three years [...] Anytime a new phone hits the market, I want to pick it up. I was also intrigued by the screenshots and previews I've been reading on Engadget for the past few months. Windows Phone 7 looked like nothing else I've seen on the market."
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RE[3]: Let's see what happens..
by moondevil on Mon 3rd Jan 2011 15:13 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Let's see what happens.."
moondevil
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Actually the .Net JIT does not produce as good code as the Java one, because it lacks quite a few optimizations, mainly due to the way it works.

In Java world the code is partially JITted/interpreted, while in .Net the complete code is JITted before execution starts.

As for the Dalvik/.Net Compact, some benchmarks would be nice. But the .Net Compact Framework is already fast enough to produce XBox 360 games, so it should be ok even on mobiles.

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