oooh you kids are gonna love this. ASP+ will support lotsa languages.... and a small correction on my tip last Friday, ASP+ will (eventually) run on Win9x, NT, and win2k. sgd -- think safely > -----Original Message----- > From: Scott Guthrie [mailto:scottgu at microsoft.com] > > Note that ASP+ -- like ASP -- still defaults to "VB" as your > language unless > you specify another one. As Steve mentioned below, though, > the debate is > somewhat moot. ASP+ now allows you to use any language you > want to program > pages/services/components. > > We will have three languages supported out of the box -- VB, > C# and JScript. > We will also have approximately 19 other languages ready in > the next month > or two that will be supported by other companies. These > languages include: > Cobol, Perl, Python, Eiffel, SmallTalk, Lisp, Scheme, > Objective Camel, etc. > > > From a development standpoint, it really makes sense to pick > a language that > you feel most comfortable with -- and then really become a master at > programming with it. The great thing is that we now have a common > runtime/debugging environment that lets you consume any .NET > Framework API > from it (EventLogs, Perf Counters, Data Access, etc). So the > language you > choose is really a "lifestyle" choice -- whatever you feel > most comfortable > and productive with.