Edward Ned Harvey (mono)
edward.harvey.mono at clevertrove.com
Fri May 10 12:53:34 UTC 2013
> From: mono-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com [mailto:mono-list-
> bounces at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of Diego Tostes
> today the we have a similar website in django and we are having problem to
> find workforce to work with python-django.
> here in brazil we have many people working with C# .NET. mono may be a
> good solution for my project?
Mono 3 has good support, but it's called "beta" still. Don't let that scare you. It's good enough.
The current "stable" release 2.10.x, I hear, doesn't have good ASP / MVC support. (I never used it, I don't know personally.)
Both mono/.Net and/or django are good solutions. I think your deciding factor is mostly this... Do you already have an application written in django? If so, then a 1-week training course will be good enough to get any python developer up to speed with django.
In my gut feel, django is a bit more rapid to develop on, but mono/.Net have higher end performance when your product is finished. These differences are not amazingly dramatic.
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