None of the articles written on ASP are gaining attraction. Does this mean it is a dead stack?
Well I mean there is .net core now, and this was written several years ago - and even at that time MVC was a thing, and this is based in webforms.
I know webforms is still used, so I don't think it's dead by any means. But I wouldn't think there'd be too many new projects built with asp.net webforms, but that's just a feeling, no data to back it up.
I know asp.net was booming in 2012. I saw my friends learning and implementing it. I made wrong choices in those days, but now I have an opportunity to join a bootcamp where instructors believe asp.net/.net core has a great future ahead.
Should I jump in or not? I do not want to make a wrong choice again. I have written about it here. dev.to/ajbozdar/enroll-or-not-to-e...
Your feedback is highly appreciated.
I highly enjoy working with C#, and .net core offers C# on all the major OSes, so I mean, I'd say go for it! There's a pretty good market for it here, seems like anyway. And if nothing else, it's something else for your toolbelt! :)
Your words are exactly what the instructor said me. Thank you very much for the feedback. I highly appreciate it, and this will help me to redefine my career.
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