Yeah, it is tough choosing a favorite programming language.  I would do C++,
but I just never enjoyed it.  VB was fun and easy.  I was considering Delphi
because of Kylix and I can make apps that run on Windows and Linux then.
Looks like I may chose java though so that I can play with JSP and do java
apps for servers.  I hate doing GUI interfaces anyway.

All my web app development is with PHP.  I am going to start playing with
JSP and Tomcat though.

I won't even consider ASP since I think IIS is a horrible choice for a

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
----- Original Message -----
From: "Nathan M. Andelin" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 12:08 PM
Subject: Re: Web enablement options (previously private)

> From: "Adam Lang" <>
> > Not predict, guarantee.  You can not easily convert VB6
> > to
> > Use VB 6 to support your current apps (VB 6 IS going to
> > be supported for a significant while longer).  Write
> > EVERYTHING new in
> > Rewrite old apps to VB.Net as you can find the time and
> > resources.
> This is the type of pattern that motivated me to get back into RPG after
> five (5) years of experience with VB, Visual Foxpro, and Delphi.
> this pattern is like a broken record that goes clear back to when MS made
> the transition from DOS to Windows.  In contrast, a lot of RPG code that
> written in the early 80s is still running today.
> Have you done any ASP .NET work?  If so, what do you think of ASP .NET?
> Thanks,
> Nathan M. Andelin
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