The Texas GOP recently rolled out a new web site at http://www.texasgop.org/.
If you surf it, you’ll see asp file extensions. For example: http://www.texasgop.org/inner.asp?z=6
That means the Texas GOP’s runs its brand new site on a kludge CMS!
“Woah, Aren, isn’t that severe?”
ASP’s most recent version is from 1999.
Microsoft replaced it with ASP.Net 1.0 in January 2002. ASP.Net is now on 3.5, and 4.0 is around the corner.
Vendors still delivering classic ASP code in November 2009 have colossally failed to invest or innovate and may be incompetent.
When I review products, those still on ASP start out such a disadvantage that they’ll probably never make the selection.
What is up with the Texas GOP? How did it get hoodwinked into a kludge CMS?
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Is it too easy to make a snide remark about no new ideas in the Republican party?
Yeah, I think it is.