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Any C# & iOS developers out there?

I'm a long time C# guy, and now I've been thrown head first into learning iOS.

iOS seems really bizarre to me. The syntax, structure, XCode, etc, all see really strange.

To have a function defined like this
Employee *emp - [[Employee alloc] initWithID: empId
                                     andName: fullName
                                  andPayRate: payRate;

as compare to C#
var emp = new Employee(empId, fullName, payRate);
Just seems like it's WAAAAAAY too verbose. I already don't like it, which means I probably won't use it.

Add to that, I've always believed that the only good uses for Mac's are paperweights and door stops.
If it's not broken, fix it until it is.
Everything makes sense in someone's mind.
Ya can't fix stupid.

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