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Support new Language C# in addition to Ruby, Javascript and Python

tshoemaker
Deputy Chef III
Deputy Chef III

I know that Workato currently has connectors to write Ruby, JavaScript, and Python. We have a large group of users that are very familier and comfortable with C#. Since Microsoft came out with "Blazer" it now is possible for C# to create runnable assemblies on a browser.. wondering if this is on the roadmap to add a C# connector? Anyone else prefer C# to other languages?

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jvargas
Deputy Chef I
Deputy Chef I

C# is a great language. It's easy and comfortable. I like it.

rcloud
Deputy Chef I
Deputy Chef I

Actually, I'm a VB.net guy. C# is ok, a little terse, but then that's why I like VB... a little more verbose. If C# could be used, then VB.Net should be able to as well, since they both compile down to MSIL anyway. The more languages the better(within limits, I mean we can skip COBOL, Assembler, Fortran, & LISP among others), more people can use their language of choice... more gets done.