Simon Willison’s Weblog


4 items tagged “dotnet”


How can you assign routes for a website in a .net environment?

You’ll have a much easier time of it if you use paths that start at the root rather than relative paths, eg <a href="/foo/bar/"> instead of <a href="../bar/">

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Is there any quantified proof that .NET or others Microsoft technologies are not good for web startups?

How can you “prove” such a thing? You can disprove the statement that “.NET is no good for web startups” by pointing to examples such as Stack Overflow.

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IronPython, MS SQL, and PEP 249. How Dino Viehland got Django’s ORM to talk to the .NET database layer.

# 19th March 2008, 9:46 am / dinoviehland, django, dotnet, ironpython, microsoft, mssql, pep249, python, sql


A CouchDB GUI front end. Written in C# and .NET. It looks like writing frontends for CouchDB could make an excellent project for learning a new GUI environment.

# 12th September 2007, 11:59 pm / ciarangultnieks, couchdb, csharp, dotnet