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Thread: If you have time, its time to answer a timely question

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    If you have time, its time to answer a timely question

    I just recently decided to get into web-development, I have learnt HTML, and have been know basically everything there is too know about web-development, except what is prolly the largest part. Server Side. I went and asked myself. Well, where do I start with Server-side? PHP, SQL, ASP.NET, PERL etc. I have no clue. So I would like to get a discussion going on the following....

    What do you think is the easiest to LEARN?

    What do you think is the easiest to Work With?

    What are some of the benefits of each Server side language?

    What aer some of the downsides?

    etc. Questions like that. I have been hearing good things about PHP lately, so I would like to focus more on that, also is there any good starting tutorials for Server-side?

    "You ate a lot of paint as a kid, didn't you?" "You mean Wall Candy?"
    -Eric Grabewecky and Me.


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    i would start with PHP. then integrate that with SQL. then ASP.NET. perl is pretty similar to PHP and but perl is dying as a server-side language in my opinion.

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    Any good starting tutorial/suggestions?

    PS:

    bwh2, I looked at ur signature Links, I read them over, I have a basic understanding of the syntax of PHP.

    "You ate a lot of paint as a kid, didn't you?" "You mean Wall Candy?"
    -Eric Grabewecky and Me.


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    I'd definetly go for some rudimentary PHP, then start learning Ruby On Rails. RoR is amazingly easy and quick. (I built a blog in a half hour).

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