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<Content > C# and the .NET framework are fantastic, which is a bit of a strong statement from a committed Delphi developer, but it seriously is fantastic. Developing ASP.NET sites is much easier than either straight ASP, or ASP + COM, and they run faster, and are more reliable. What more could you ask for, apart from good support on Linux. </Content>
<SiteList  ID="software_sites" title=".NET Sites" CreatedTmSt="21-Sep-2001 20:13:46">
<SITE href="http://www.componentart.com/home.aspx" title="ComponentArt">ComponentArt's focuses on user interface elements for web site and web application development, as well as data visualization solutions for both web and Windows applications. </SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.sliver.com/dotnet/" title="Useful DotNet Apps">Quicky collection of DotNet apps with Source code - looks like yet another MS employee (or ex-employee) trying to spread the word by letting us all have access to his/her programming prowess. (The more the merrier I say)</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.devhood.com/" title="DevHood">DevHood was created by six students at MIT who had nothing better to do than to create a developer's community using .NET. Actually it was really more of a proof of concept for the 2001 MIT $50K Entrepreneurial Competition and they got into the semifinals with their alpha version of the site. (Recommended)</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.dnzone.com/index.asp" title="DotNet Zone">DNzone was started in June 2002 by George Petrov as a place for .NET developers (and those thinking of moving to .NET) to come together. Since then it has grown to 10,000 registered members of all abilities and locations, who come together to share knowledge and learn from each other.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.123aspx.com" title="123 - AspX">Huge directory ASP.NET resources.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://aspemporium.com/" title="AspEmorium.COM">Used to be an ASP site - but now it very .NET, and has some very excellent code resources, espicially C#. Highly recommended.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.componentsource.com/default.asp" title=".NET Components (and others)">Note to self: check the Email section carefully before removing this link.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.aspnetmenu.com" title="AspNetMenu">Dynamically generated ASP menu with lots of DHTML options, whci I'm not a fan of, but they certainly look impressive and the site is an excellent example of how to sell code over the net.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.aspsimply.com/main.aspx" title="Simply Dot.Net">Good collection as ASP.NET classes.</SITE>
<SITE href="http://www.xmlforasp.net/" title="Xml for ASP.NET">The site name sounds promising, but unfortunately its a standard portal with a small collection of adequate (but not amazing) articles.</SITE>