Bring .NET Support to Spark

I have a request that you vote up a Spark issue:

There is a Jira ticket for the Apache Spark project, SPARK-27006. The gist of this ticket is to bring .NET support to Spark, specifically by supporting DataFrames in C# (and hopefully F#). No support for Datasets or RDDs is included in here, but giving .NET developers DataFrame access would make it easy for us to write code which interacts with Spark SQL and a good chunk of the SparkSession object.

You an click through and read everything I have to say, but do go to the Spark ticket and vote for .NET support.

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