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Last post Jul 25, 2009 11:56 AM by JeffreyABecker
Jul 18, 2009 03:28 AM|LINK
I am learning about the ASP.NET technology, I still remember a lot from my previous work with C++. I have VS2008 installed. do I abandend C++ and get on C# or C++ will serve me just as good. if so, how do I install C++ to be able to use it with VS2008?
Jul 18, 2009 04:26 AM|LINK
I come from an intense C++ background.
Move to C#, it is easier and integrates better with .NET.
Jul 25, 2009 11:56 AM|LINK
I think it really depends on your code-base. If you're writing new code, C# is probably the way to go. If you have existing C++ code that must be maintained, you'll need C++. Honestly for server-side programming, I've not found a situation in which managed
code is mesurably slower than native code. Good OOP goes far in any language that supports it.