[Twisted-Python] Twisted Slow? Woven - Production Ready?

Richard Johannesson rtjohan at syspres.com
Fri Aug 22 23:31:55 EDT 2003

Good input bob,

>> My impression with zope seems to have everything, but also a mess.
>I couldn't really find a reason to use Zope, unless it was just to make
>a Plone site ;)  I tried though, but it's just too awkward for me.
>Maybe someone who wasn't used to programming "real" python
>would have a better time with Zope.

That's the impression I got.

>> Developed using .Net - pretty easy, but buggy.
>C# is probably one of the most painful web languages I've ever
>developed with for oh so many reasons.   Microsoft really
>designed some horrible to use APIs.  They all seem pretty much ok
theoretically, but
>the syntax you end up writing is god awful and long.

.Net seems like a big improvement over ASP/PHP, but prefer Python easily
over .Net. If you've done .Net and Twisted - how would you compare the
learning curve for a typical web programmer using either .Net or
Twisted/Woven platform?


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