From theserverside.com, “Are Java people the only ones talking about .NET?“: , “Last week, a Microsoft representative confirmed that Microsoft bCentral, which provides Web site hosting and services to small companies, lacks support for .NET. The main reason for the lack of support for .Net is that few of bCentral’s 15,000 customers have asked for it.“
Notes from my .NET/ASP.NET reading back in September…
ildasm — command line tool for viewing manifest file contents
wincv — allows you to quickly look up information about a class or series of classes, based on a search pattern
All aspx pages are compiled to a subdirectory of the .NET framework folder, you can change the path to the compiled files by editing machine.config
Spent time w/ C# and SOAP today. I rewrote this ASP/VB/SOAP example using C#. Wow is .NET way easier than manually writing out an XML packet, making a request, parsing said XML packet using VBScript… plus you get all the obvious .NET implied features like automatic creation of WSDL descriptors and generated SOAP request and response sample packets. I’ll post my refactoring of the above example in C# soon.