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The Pros and Cons of PHP and .NET

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For instance, if your application requires heavy math computation, then using dot net would be advantageous as it can compute faster than php. On the other hand, if your application requires extended database use then php may be better as it is more efficient in communicating with databases.

What do you think? The question of whether php or dot net is better has long been debated, but I'm sure at least some people have opinions on it by now. Please post your thoughts!

Hire a DotNet Developer

The list of languages you need to learn for DotNet is long, but once you know what makes them unique and how they’re used, it isn’t all that difficult. There are two main choices when learning a new language: picking up an existing framework or building from scratch. If you want to develop something quickly—like a basic e-commerce site—it’s going to be easier to start from scratch. But if you need something complex—like a social networking platform or e-commerce marketplace where users can upload their own designs for t-shirts or mugs—consider using an existing framework because it will save you time in development.

Hire a Php Developer

As a business owner, your first instinct is to get your product to market as quickly as possible. You don’t have time to waste on training or building infrastructure—you need results now. This is where hiring a full-time programmer can be beneficial: with so much technical expertise in one employee, you can drive innovation forward much more quickly than you could if you relied on other people’s skills. For example, if you are developing an e-commerce platform and want to optimize it for different mobile devices, you can sit down with your developer and discuss your goals before setting out on development.

3 good reasons to hire either one

There are three good reasons to hire either a .NET or PHP developer, but it depends on what you need from your website. If you’re looking for a site that will handle hundreds of thousands or even millions of visitors at once, then a .NET developer would be your best bet since its thread-safe model means it can handle many more users at once without getting bogged down. If you’re looking for something simpler like an internal management system, then hiring a PHP developer might be more appropriate because they’ll cost less than their counterparts. Both developers are relatively expensive so either way it’s not going to be cheap; make sure you have enough money saved up to get your site off the ground in style!

4 bad reasons to hire either one

#1 You're working with a heavy deadline and you need to meet it. Sure, hiring a new developer will bring your project to life (though you should have been thinking about that from day one), but at what cost? If your project is missing deadlines because you didn't think through your first assumptions or if you don't have a solid plan, then even though you hire someone, it won't make any difference. Before hiring either one, put in all of the groundwork upfronts so that after you've hired someone, work on schedule for sure. What can I do now to support my future developer? is just as good a question as What kind of developer should I look for? Make sure both questions are answered in whatever process or manner that applies.

Our final answer…

Sure, we could try to help you figure out what's best for your project by discussing each language feature-by-feature… or we could just say that it really depends on what sort of project you're working on. At Stampede Labs, our motto is: It depends. To break things down a bit more specifically, here are a few pros and cons. Keep in mind, though: These are generalizations; every project is different. This information is intended only as a very general guide based on common scenarios. If you're curious about how our process works for other applications or languages, get in touch with us today.

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