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comment Rails vs. Drupal
Right on, thanks, and good luck. If you are not from a MVC background, there will be things that seem very hard/confusing. It can be frustrating, but do try to stick with it until it clicks, you will be very glad you did...
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comment Rails vs. Drupal
One other thing... A really good reason to switch, other that the language differences, is the community. Check out things like guides.rubyonrails.org/getting_started.html and apidock.com/rails. Great docs like that doesn't even exist in .net. Also stuff like ruby-toolbox.com - to do half of that in .net, you need to buy some overpriced proprietary component from some weird company...
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