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Response to: *cough*
These are great points, and I agree with most of what you say. But you mention having to pick and choose your development environment, platform SDK, and libraries. I did not mean to imply that Visual Studio .NET is better than the various permutations you or I could come up with. My position is that, for many web development tasks, VS.NET eliminates the need to put all this stuff together yourself, and that's going to appeal to organizations who would rather buy than build.
2002-02-12 13:08:40 johnmunsch [View]