[Mono-aspnet-list] [VB.Net] MS vs. Mono for web apps?

Alexander M. Batishchev abatishchev at godfather.net.ru
Wed Jun 13 16:54:02 UTC 2012

If shortly,
> Linux + Mono + VB.Net
> Linux + Mono + C#

If bit more descriptive,
>From my experience, C# compiler implementation by Mono is enormously, in
several digits more full and feature reach then of VB.NET.

I'd recommend you:
- Switch and learn C# (it's the core language of .NET and is its future, not
- Have practice under Windows
- Then try to switch to Mono, first in parallel, then fully.


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I'm a small-time developper and use VB.Net to write desktop applications on
Windows, and would like to have some feedback about writing web applications
in Mono, so that I don't have to learn another language.

I'd like to check how Mono compares to Microsoft's implementation of the
.Net framework, so that I know if Linux + Mono + VB.Net is a viable option
for web applications, of if it's more reasonable to use the orthodox
solution of Windows + MS .Net framework + VB.Net.

Is there a good, recent article based on actual tests so that I can make an
informed choice?

Thank you.

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