Initially released with Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) late last century, Classic ASP hasn’t seen an update to its functionality since ASP 3.0 in 2000. Used on website and web applications typically written in VBScript, Classic ASP somehow seems to keep on going even in the face of competition from better, more modern website development platforms like ASP.NET, PHP, Java Servlets and JSP, Ruby on Rails, … the list goes on. In many cases it can be harder to achieve something in ASP than in a more modern development platform. (more…)
Yes, yet another programmer’s blog about programming. The intention is to provide somewhere for me to keep a record of some nifty tricks I’ve picked up along my travels, so that I don’t have to trawl through old code or doco looking for them. Storing them on a blog makes it possible for other people to
learn from my mistakes make some use of such tricks also.
I promise not to post too many fanboi posts about Linux or anything… :)