There is no doubt that the Web has and will continue to evolve. This constant evolution requires that the technologies that power it be flexible. Without flexibility, technologies and standards get left behind to technologies and/or standards that are better suited for the next stage of the Web. Thus, Alexander argues, that WebForms has lost touch with what web applications are now. As an integral part of ASP, where does that leave Microsoft’s web programming language? Will Microsoft maintain ASP in a manner that truly stays with the current technologies and trends? Traditionally, close-sourced projects have failed to be as effective as this as strong community driven open-sourced projects.
Is ASP.NET developers disease real? Is it curable? Will it get better or worse? You be the doctor, and comment here. No PHD required.