In fact, the lower-level you go, the harder your life becomes: bugs, memory leaks, unportable code, slower compile times, ABI issues (try exporting C++ code from a dll - nice, huh?). A higher level language will help you write more maintainable code with less bugs and less effort. You can then spend the time you saved optimizing the parts where it actually matters and that's why using a managed language can result in better performance.
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