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Are you (or will you be) developing with with .NET?

The following comments have been recorded for Yep, I'm already getting my feet wet with .NET.

  • 1 (16 Nov 2016 00:00)
  • 1 (15 Jun 2016 00:00)
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  • y not??quite cool (24 Sep 2015 00:00)
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  • .NET IS IN COMPETATION WITH JAVA (12 Dec 2013 00:00)
  • sdfasd (31 Aug 2007 00:00)
  • bugbears.. hoping mono works well. will test soon (4 Apr 2005 00:00)
  • well,using Servlet/JSP, Struts and XDoclet not yet on production, I prefer use ASP.NET while develop grid than Struts/JSP grid? any JSF IDE will change my view (7 Jan 2005 00:00)
  • Yes. We use Servlets for back-end development and C# for the GUI front end. To bad Swing isn't faster and easier. (9 Jan 2004 00:00)
  • .NET is a refreshing alternative to J2EE (30 Oct 2003 00:00)
  • But I definitely won't stay with it. Can you say C# rip-off of Java!! (20 Jun 2003 00:00)
  • C# language is good but Visual Studio.Net is c**p (26 Sep 2002 00:00)
  • Its great, I'm actually at this site coz I need to convert servlets/JSPs to ASP.NET (26 Sep 2002 00:00)
  • Yes I love it (19 Sep 2002 00:00)
  • It's still an easy way to get relatively small things done. Large-scale stuff, i haven't decided about yet. (16 Sep 2002 00:00)
  • I am already doing it (13 Aug 2002 00:00)
  • .Net is Java reborn (12 Aug 2002 00:00)
  • .NET, as a language and a platform, doesn't seem to be close to being as good as J2EE...but the low end tools for .NET are better than the equivalents for Java, thus attracting younger or less ressourceful developpers (9 Aug 2002 00:00)
  • It is a necessity. One needs to understand competiting technologies well to stay atop of one's technology. Clients may also ask. Let's say I am an OO programmer and .NET is OO. Besides M$ being monopolistic, .NET really isn't a bad beast - metalanguage, IDE etc - Bioye Bankole (31 Jul 2002 00:00)
  • asp.net blows away jsp. I wish it was not true but it is. (12 Jun 2002 00:00)
  • Have been using .NET actively since Beta 2 - C# and MC++. Has been pretty nice so far. (12 Jun 2002 00:00)
  • Yeah Sure (7 Jun 2002 00:00)
  • c# is the better java, that's the only reason I'm using .NET. there's no point in saying c# is a java clone. we all stand on the shoulders of giants: java is a c++ clone, c++ is a c close... (30 May 2002 00:00)
  • It's a great set of tools (30 May 2002 00:00)
  • it's really easy to create web apps. (24 May 2002 00:00)
  • Microsoft is the way to go! (13 May 2002 00:00)
  • I'm using VB.NET because our client chose that tool. But I'm not happy about that!! (11 May 2002 00:00)
  • it's still beta quality (19 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • But still getting better in JAVA!! (19 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • Not by choice, I might add :) (17 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • Plat form doesnt matter if i get to work on .NET or any other bulshit platform i will . (9 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • That is the way to go if you want to have a job in the future. (8 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • I am a consultant. I use whatever product that my client wants. .Net is from microsoft and u bet I will use it. (4 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • I've tried both and overall .Net is a more robust technology. For all those worried about being strapped to Windows, the open source CLI is now available, it is only a matter of time before .Net will be running on Linux boxes. (2 Apr 2002 00:00)
  • To remain valuable, you need to know and understand all the technology even if you disagree with it and prefer SOAP. (19 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • I'm just trying it out. (19 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • converting all j2ee to .net platform (16 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Have looked at C# in fair amount of detail and still am happy to stay with Java. (12 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • damn rarse tingy guy clarty bum (11 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • JAVA BLOWS MICROSOFT RULES (9 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • jus a bumclart rasta in de war fwatty seed man. oh yeah de rarse dread eye de bumbaseed ya know. (9 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • .Net rocks! (8 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Commerce Server, Biz Talk, etc (8 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • When java came into the world everybody jumped for it, so why not with .net ? (8 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • I'll be using both Java and .NET (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • I love .NET more than anything. I feel it's yet another advancement in development that was long in the making. I can't wait to see where Java goes next. (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Time to wake and smell the coffee! (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Investigation only. VS appears to be a superior environment for piecing together the HTML layer. We are generally agnostic though. Preferring to use Java + GLUE on the server - giving us considerable freedom to mix-in .NET components if necessary. (7 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Microsoft finally has some interesting technology beyond the desktop. (6 Mar 2002 00:00)
  • Only for WSDL/SOAP calls from Java. (6 Mar 2002 00:00)
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