Does anyone know if there is any global reliable and free :-) statistics on
usage of PHP vs ASP. I am having the same dilemma.,  do I need to stick to
going deeply into PHP (which in my opinion rulez!!) or start paying more
attention to ASP...

Best Regards,
Victor Polyushko

----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2002 4:52 PM
Subject: FW: [PHP] Done w/ PHP - VB or C# ?

> For me personally I find working with ASP & .NET to be a pain in the butt,
> yeah sure you can to use all the fancy GUI's that can take care of some
> for you etc..  but then there's the argument about php and having to write
> the code your self.  Personally I find that a better approach as for me
> all about learning and achieving because at the end of the day you can sit
> back and look at it and go wow I did that from scratch  from line 1 of
> etc.
> Basically it all comes down to personal preference.  I'm coming from a
> ground which doesn't include much programming at all (which can  be seen
> some of the dumb q's i've posted in here...) and I guess that using
> something with a prodominately (think that's how it's spelt) gui workings
> and that takes care of alot of code for me should be more appealing  but
> it's not .... any way basically YOU have to decide what's best for you and
> that your happy with the choices that you've made as in the end it's you
> that's got to live with them.
> & that's my 2 cents
> Peter
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Phil Schwarzmann [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Thursday, 16 May 2002 7:03 AM
> Subject: [PHP] Done w/ PHP - VB or C# ?
> I know I'll get mauled big-time on this mailing list but I'm thinking
> about putting PHP on hold for a while and learning ASP.NET
> I love PHP and open-source computing but if one wants to get a job in
> web development, you'll have a much better time find a job with both PHP
> and ASP (among others) skills.
> I'm going to hop on the ASP bandwagon but I'm not sure if I should
> first learn ASP w/ VB or w/ C#
> Any thoughts on this?  What are the pros and cons of both?
> Thanks!
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