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Re: Geek out (Was: [webdesign-18] Looking for a PHP/MySql guru)

From: Scott R.
Sent on: Saturday, August 11, 2007 12:12 PM
On Aug 10, 2007, at 2:26 PM, Bobby Wilson wrote:

> ASP seems to be so archaic in convention, as well as being  
> incredibly sluggish in performance.  I would like to be convinced  
> otherwise though.

I don't use ASP these days and didn't much like it back when I did,  
so I won't be convincing you otherwise.  I was just curious what kind  
of criteria people use when judging a language.  For example, Rails  
is often criticized as being sluggish in performance as well, but  
other factors seem to outweigh that concern for many developers.  I  
have a vague idea of what those factors are, but I thought someone  
having moved from ASP to Rails might be able to identify them more  


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