Microsoft .NET Framework Other Advice

CEO at Shiraz University
One piece of advice that I would give to people considering the use of this product is to use it because of several things: it is free of charge, it is fast, it is compatible with Microsoft Windows, and whenever a new version comes out, it supports the older version. These are all very good points. The development of the framework is really good and was approached intelligently. If considering other options, when you want to use a framework, you have to look at its ability to work with different types of other products. With the.NET Framework, you are able to work with different environments like Microsoft SQL Server 7, MySQL, Oracle — any kind of database. You have to also know its limitations. It is my opinion that when you want to use the .NET Framework, it is a very good solution and you can have confidence in the functionality. The stability of the framework you choose is very important. On a scale of one to ten with one being the worst and ten being the best, I would rate this product as a ten because my standard is Microsoft products. View full review »
System Analyst at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I would rate it at eight out of 10, as we can perform plenty of improvements in all our current products and can improve the UI/UX to meet the needs of the client. View full review »
Andrew McFall III
Software Engineer at a tech company
With the advent of IoT, combined with cross-platform development, the .Net framework becomes much more versatile. We should begin to see apps scaling down in size, but also (literally) covering more ground. View full review »
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