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Default Difference between ASP.NET programmer v/s C# prog


   I know the difference between ASP.NET and C#.NET .

   While searching under job categories i found that some companies require the sound knowledge of ASP.NET as a programmer while/and some requires C# programmer.

   So,i want to know that under
ASP.NET programmer what the employee has to do (NO coding to be done in C# or what ? )
C# programmer has to do what ??

This must be the silly question for some of the user but i want to clear my doubt so i m askin...Reply if possible.


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Comparing ASP.NET to C#.NET is like the proverbial apples to oranges comparison.

ASP.NET is a web application framework built on top of the .NET framework (In much the same way as Ruby on Rails is to Ruby, or JSP is to Java). It can use many (if not any) of the .NET framework languages. ASP.NET and C#.NET are not mutually exclusive. I have built web applications, console applications, windows services, and windows forms applications in VB.NET, C#.NET and J#.NET.

If you find a job listing that consider ASP.NET and C#.NET to be "different" then don't consider taking it. They clearly don't know what they are talking about. I can only assume that these kinds of people and companies consider "C#.NET" to be windows forms programming.

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