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Author Topic: Why ASP.Net Has No Friends -- Article and Article Review  (Read 4279 times)

mouser

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Why ASP.Net Has No Friends -- Article and Article Review
« on: August 16, 2008, 06:14:35 AM »
Interesting summary of an article and the article itself, both look like good reads:

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Rick Strahl has written a really brilliant article about why ASP.Net gets a really bad rap. It’s a great roll-up of all the arguments leveled against .Net, and Rick is objective enough to admit that some of them are even true. I think this is an important article for any ASP.Net developer to read, especially new developers or those about to learn the platform.



see original article here: http://www.west-wind...og/posts/453551.aspx

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Re: Why ASP.Net Has No Friends -- Article and Article Review
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2008, 06:55:46 AM »
Gadgetopia seems a nice site. Good find. Abstracting away from html /css / js could actually be a positive argument though, considering how much hassle it is sometimes with browser inconsistencies.