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January 27, 2002 9:54 AM

Ick... IIS. It's all about Apache baybee. (

Adam Kalsey
January 27, 2002 6:08 PM

I like Apache as well, but there's some things I need to do on the site that I needed ASP for.

Phillip Harrington
January 30, 2002 6:26 PM

"...there's some things I need to do on the site that I needed ASP for." Such as?

Adam Kalsey
February 1, 2002 4:59 PM

Applications that I had already built using ASP. I wasn't that interested in redoing them in Perl or PHP. Mostly stuff that is running behind the scenes. One thing is a listing management tool for eBay. I built it a while back as a way of learning how to do XML and XSLT in ASP. I've managed Web servers running IIS, Apache, Netscape Enterprise (now iPlanet) and some lesser known servers including WebTen. I like Apache's management features the best, but IIS does the job just fine.

February 2, 2002 7:25 PM

Why does the man even have to justify himself on HIS OWN friggin' site?? Any experienced techie knows that each flavor has its own strengths/weaknesses... a/f

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