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comment When to favor ASP.NET WebForms over MVC
The problem is when a pattern is turned into a framework, that's my problem with asp.net MVC. You can use the same pattern and approach in web forms without the MVC framework. Since I originally commented (man this thread is old!) I've moved away from both frameworks. Its now mostly light services with pure ajax front end think SOA that I like :)
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comment We have a large Ruby on Rails application (25 million monthly users), our management decided to rewrite in Node.js, am I crazy?
sheesh, all these hipster languages. A well written php application will scale easily, the traditional tools work, don't let those hipsters tell you otherwise.
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comment Why are there so many programming languages? Why are new languages still being made?
@GaryBuyn that's only a "+1 for evolution" if you subscribe to that viewpoint. For many, the animal analogy is a tiny bit too far.
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