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Old July 3rd, 2008, 04:30 AM
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quote:Anyhow over the years I have learnt alot from this forum, especially Imar (who I call Mr ASP).
Even Mr ASP - also not so young anymore - made the move to ASP.NET a long time ago.

Granted, at the company where I work we still need to support classic ASP as well as we have a bunch of old ASP applications. It's difficult to find people who can code ASP well (just as it's difficult now to find good .NET people). Part of the problem is of course that the ASP sites are mainly maintenance sites; no new cool stuff or Web 2.0 type of sites to develop. I don't think we built something new in classic ASP for the past three or four years and I don't see it happen in the future anymore.


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