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Exactly, as an experienced developer you are likely to have patterns that accomplish things as well as MVC, in many cases your coding patterns may be more appropriate and better for any given situation(at least that's what I like to tell myself).
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I use it because I love C#. But realistically IIS is the wrong tool for the job I want to do. I wish I could have a simple to configure Web Server that easily scaled, didn't have myriads of problems with permissions, and doesn't "recycle" because it wants to.
If there were a way to use C# and ASP.NET without IIS I think I would. (Then again, I have done 0 research with that statement)
I don't know what the current level of support is like under Apache, but it used to be a little tedious do set it up to serve .Net. Things may have improved and been updated since that time (2007 or so).
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I've written systems that do that, and it's a huge pain in the ass. While IIS has to be configured for some of the issues you brought up, I don't think anyone else will build a faster more scalable web server for windows. They moved http processing into a driver to optimize performance.
I use MVC for the web api I use it because I have limited experience in the web and advanced knowledge in none web, so I use what I know. That is the deciding factor for just about every situation that I need to choose a language.
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Grown man threaten to leave because not enough fuss was made of his Birthday. He's 31 FFS. He earns more in one week (£200,000) than I do in a year or even 4 years. Yet despite giving him a cake, and singing him Happy Birthday, this was not enough to please him and now he is upset.
In the real world your Boss doesn't give a poo when your Birthday is, and even if he did, you still have to bring in your own cakes. If my Boss paid me 200,000k a week he could forget my name for all I care.
For those of you that don't know what I'm on about here's the context[^]
If I was hanging out with other millionaires and they celebrated my birthday with a freakin' cake I'd go get wasted and wrap by Mercedes around a light pole. Really, that sort of response is millionaire 101. Get it right next time.
Grown man child threaten to leave because not enough fuss was made of his Birthday
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Together with those wages, it just goes to show he is indeed a total Banker.
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