A Microsoft employee has claimed the company is bringing C# (pronounced "C sharp") programming to the Mac.

In a note online, Mike Harsh discusses the work he's engaged in as part of Microsoft's WPF/E team.

"So what is WPF/E?" he asks.

"It is a cross-platform, cross-browser web technology that supports a subset of WPF XAML. WPF/E also has a friction-free install model and the download size we're targeting is very small. WPF/E supports programmability through javascript for tight browser integration. The WPF/E package also contains a small, cross-platform subset of the CLR and .NET Framework that can run C# or VB.NET code

"Yes, we are bringing C# programming to the Mac," he warns.