I have done sites in both ASP and PHP and have decided that (IMHO) PHP is bette. However, ASP is also great and can't imagine any website developers who would not bennefit greatly from learning either PHP or ASP. With that in mind, I'll head on over and read your article
i've seen alot messages like 'x reasons to develop in asp' in the last couple of days. it's on the knowhow-resources, mailing lists, etc. does big brother microsoft have their fingers in the game?
not that i want to complain, asp could be great if it would be available for others than NT. i know it's available for others as well but not on my hoster ....
I can't talk for everyone but in my case I got nothing from microsoft for that article. Actually I wanted to check how many visitors to my site I can get by posting an article to webreference, so I wrote that article. Btw, could you give me some urls were I can see some more articles on the subject ?
And this is the first paragraph of "INTERNET.COM FREELANCE AUTHOR/ARTIST AGREEMENT" on that page:
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