If you're interested in a somewhat regretful reflection on this article,
This article is the typical PHP/open-source fan kind of thing. Insted of setting first *what* is going to be compared in both technologies, the author jumps in and out of different issues, sometimes taking a serious developer approach and sometimes taking the "php has made a lot of people start coding" position.
Only if you write PHP applications that way.
And when you have to build something scalable, manageable, then I think .NET approach is better. More robust application design, object oriented and event-driven coding, and things like that. Trying to do something similar with the incredibly large number of PHP functions modifying untyped variables is hell.