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A survey of software developers to learn their opinions of development frameworks has revealed that Microsoft's .NET is much loved, and Ruby On Rails ranks near the bottom in developer satisfaction. Microsoft's ancient MFC framework was deemed to be the worst of the bunch.

Posted by pt93903  |   Apr 29 2010 / 10:17

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gregsmith104 replied ago:

The .NET Framework for web development is great because of the server side debugging capabilities. Many developers these days learn how to work with objects by poking around in the debugger...not the best way to do it, but it works and its quick.

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ntpruett replied ago:

Yeah.... ri-i-i-i-i-ight. For some reason I'm thinking either the survey methodology is flawed and/or is paid for by Microsoft.

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Miloskov replied ago:

Developers hate RoR but love .Net ROFL this is Microsoft BS as always. Survey's like this are a joke.

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SeanJA replied ago:


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mark haniford replied ago:

the RoR hype machine is over and has been for a long time.

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ddelponte replied ago:

Is it too late to vote for Grails?

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