Ruby on Rails vs ASP.net

Resource 1


http://channel9.msdn.com/forums/TechOff/165618-Ruby-on-Rails-vs-ASPNET-Deathmatch/

What I Left With:



  • Use the programming platform that is best for you at the time.


Resource 2


http://groups.google.com/group/comp.lang.ruby/msg/47655971c922b9e4?pli=1

What I Left With:



  • Big project? Big budget? = ASP.net.

  • Little project? Small budget? = Ruby on Rails.


Resource 3:


http://media.rubyonrails.org/video/rails_blog_2.mov

What I Left With:



  • With Ruby on Rails, debugging is done in the command line. Want to see the value of a variable? You have to go to the command line and run a command on that variable nae. Wheras in ASP.net, using Visual Web Developer Express Edition 2008, you can just hover the cursor over a variable and see its value. The former is preferred by me.

  • The language format of Ruby on Rails seems ugly to me. I prefer the format of C#, Java, and JavaScript.

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