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From "Clough, Samuel \(USPC.PRG.Atlanta\)" <Samuel_Clo...@princetonrg.com>
Subject RE: iBATIS Survey (10 Minutes)
Date Tue, 10 Jul 2007 11:35:52 GMT
Actually, there are some other web frameworks out there for .NET, some
of which have a strong following in certain groups such as Castle's
monorail.  Admittedly, most .NET developers just drink the MS koolaid,
so webforms is by far the most popular.

I thought Spring.NET had a DAO framework, but I can't remember at the

-----Original Message-----
From: Clinton Begin [mailto:clinton.begin@gmail.com] 
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2007 4:18 PM
To: user-cs@ibatis.apache.org
Subject: Re: iBATIS Survey (10 Minutes)

Another common question:  Why are the last few questions so Java

Well....for web frameworks...you're looking at ASP.NET.  Having been a
.NET dev for about 2 years, I can't even name another one.  I should
have added WinForms though, because a lot of people are using web
services fronted by rich clients.  My apologies.  However, the
persistence architecture likely wouldn't change much whether it was
web services fronted by WinForms or ASP.NET.  Comments welcome.

For persistence frameworks I should have added LINQ to SQL, LINQ to
Entities and plain old ADO.NET.  My apologies.  We'll do a quick
followup survey for that.  However Hibernate is available for .NET, so
if that is your primary alternative, please choose that one.

For IDEs...well, let's be honest.  The survey would come out about 99%
in favor of VS.NET.   ;-)

For DAO...I can't name another abstraction layer for .NET...comments

Sorry for the confusion and Java centric questions.  Like I say, any
ambiguous answers will be followed up by another survey (probably just
a few questions in these specific areas).

Best regards,

On 7/9/07, Clinton Begin <clinton.begin@gmail.com> wrote:
> For everyone looking for multiple checkboxes, even though the survey
> software supports it, it will be hard for us to draw conclusions if
> everyone selects everything.  :-)
> So when answering tough questions where you would normally want to
> pick multiple choices, it's important that you pick the "primary" or
> "most important" one....
> Even though multiple choices apply, one always stands out.  If it
> doesn't, then you basically cancel out the survey option and you might
> as well randomly choose one (because it would still have more meaning
> than choosing multiples).
> Cheers,
> Clinton
> On 7/7/07, Clinton Begin <clinton.begin@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> >
> > I've put together a simple survey to help us set the direction for
> > future versions of iBATIS.
> >
> > Please fill it out to ensure that iBATIS remains or becomes the
> > product you want.
> >
> > It should only take 10 minutes to fill out.  The results are not
> > displayed, but I will publish a summary of them when I feel enough
> > results have been submitted.  So the faster you complete the survey,
> > the faster you'll get to see the results.
> >
> > http://codehammer.org:81/survey/show/ibatis
> >
> > Don't be shy about the email address requirement.  It is simply to
> > avoid spam, trolling etc.  This is not a 3rd party company running
> > survey, "Codehammer" is me just me, so worry not.  We'll only use it
> > to validate against the list etc.
> >
> > Best regards,
> >
> > Clinton
> >

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