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Author: Jenny Johnson
E-mail: [email protected]
Date: 9/30/2003 5:41:42 PM
Subject: Developer Tools
Message: Hello. Please pardon my ignorance, but I'm beginning to code again after many years of not doing it, and being familiar with much older languages. I'm kind of starting over with the latest and greatest, and getting back into my old passion - writing code.

In any case, I realize that different applications can require different languages, but I'd like to know what all around development software tools one can own these days to pretty much cover any development needs, whether desktop, Internet/Web or data base. I currently own the full Microsoft .NET Enterprise Architect, which has VB, C++, C#, .NET, etc. And, I own the full Macromedia Studio MX, with Flash, Dreamweaver, etc.

Between those three items (Flash, .NET Enterprise Architect and Dreamweaver) do I have enough "tools" to not run into a hump in the middle of a project and have to bust out several more thousand dollars to finish it? With the above, do I need any of the Borland products? Can my .NET Enterprise Architect software handle ASP and ASP.NET needs? Finally, any need for one to code in PHP or Pearl when one owns the above? Thank for your time. JJ

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