.NET is a totally scalable and powerful solution. .NET functions using Managed Code which provides plenty of tolerance out of the box. When your application is executed, it is assembled into native executable code, managed by the CLR. This means that the CLR allows some certainty of your application’s function, benefiting its security and capacity.
Because of .NET’s wide range of functionality, it was (and still is) quite popular. Some companies have the budget to completely update old products in new languages but many companies don’t. Any company with a smaller budget will tell you, maintaining a framework is much easier and less costly than implementing a new one. Bay Area companies are looking to outsourcers to maintain their core products so they can focus on new development. This also gives Bay Area tech companies the ability to add new features without taking senior level employees focus off of the business as a whole.
Finally, .NET’s brain child, C# is a big deal. Like anything, people can find reasons to love it or to hate it but the bottom line is that it’s runtime efficient, scalable, and easy to maintain. C# was designed with practical objectives in mind and works seamlessly with the .NET framework.
While it’s anything but new, .NET is still a totally viable option for web and mobile development, which is why so many San Fran developers are still using it. Testing out new, trendy technology is great, and as a company of developers, we love to learn new technology but what’s trendy doesn’t trump what’s reliable. The .NET community is growing faster than ever, especially since the technology is now open source, and it’s laden with experienced .NET developers
Previously, businesses had to spend a lot of money to create enterprise applications that have innovative features. ASP.NET has the perfect blend of web development models, and it contains all the services that are necessary to build a web application that is robust.