|You have missed so many points just with a single reply?
1. First - I'm not anti-MS. I said I'm FOR Microsoft to do things better.
Nathan Minier wrote:..so, real programming languages already do "non-blocking IO", through this fun concept called "asynchrnous" or "parallel" programming. It's not new,
You just repeated my statement, did you actually read my original post?
Nathan Minier wrote:You're also confusing a runtime with a software module, which makes me wonder how anyone on this site (outside of QA) can be so uniformed about basic computer operation.
If I am, with computer operations, you with manners ? this is rude, when I'm not claiming here to be an computer expert.
I'm merely trying to understand things. That's why I'm here talking people with good manners. Who could explain things.
IIS is a server module, doing various things. Yes I can understand, never disagreed.
My only question was, Why MS could not think of dedicated, light weight offering, that can completely open up the world for micro-services pattern. (Don't say micro-services has been there before they are called so). Every technology has been there in every era but on a dim light, many times not even seeing the light of day, not doing anything significant. Mainly not reaching to the public usability.
Micro-services, mainly after Node took over, YES, it's changing the landscape of a Web-server "module" & distributed computing.
When Microsoft had all the technology and equipped with good server experience, they should have thought about a Node like "Run-time" or Light-weight Server "Module" - (Whatever you wish to call).
Nathan Minier wrote:Please think about that for maybe a minute before your uninformed, tiresome, and inevitable anti-MS response.
Well, thanks for your advice sir! , but request you to read the messages clear, before trying to post rude replies.
modified 20-Dec-18 7:07am.