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python or asp.net ????

Discussion in 'General Programming' started by lambcrazy, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. lambcrazy

    lambcrazy Member

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    i am new to programming and i want to learn web development . I friend told me to learn python or asp.net . I want to know which one i should start, how they are different .

    please guys ,tell me something..
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    brnsmth123 New Member

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    Go for ASP .Net as it is easy and comfortable to learn also.
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    Asp.net is far better than Python because its very easy to learn.
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    I will recommend you to learn python. Django a web framework is based on python. Instagram a heavily used website was once using djongo based on python. Will help you in long run.
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    The first thing I notice, is that a default project layout in ASP.NET does not have a concept of individual apps, which can be easily used between multiple projects. The folder structure is geared more towards a monolithic application, a single folder contains all the models, controllers, and views. There is no separation of apps. This can be a mixed bag, depending on the kind of programmer you are, personally I like to keep my ideas separate, and easily usable among several projects.
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    If I use asp.net, I am less confident that my website will stay up and running easily.I know Python can be used as a server side scripting language, but I don't think it work in current market scenario.

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