Why we often code in .NET

If I say .NET web development, what do you think? Do you feel a sneer creep across your face? After all, the cool kids code in PHP, Ruby on Rails or Python.

If you would prefer to code in Cold Fusion than .NET then Craig Rowe has written an article for you over at Smashing Magazine.

At Headscape we primarily (although not exclusively) code in .NET and there is good reason for it. Take a few minutes to read Craig’s post and you will find out why.

Read Craig’s post

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