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____/ Lusotec on Tuesday 02 Mar 2010 12:53 : \____
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>> PHP is (very likely) the most popular server side language for web sites
>>> and services. I don't particularly like PHP, it being a dynamic language,
>>> but the large library of extensions make it a very useful language.
>> I think Java is very widely used, but only inside enterprises. The many
>> CMSes out there which are sometimes shared blogging platforms (e.g.
>> wordpress.com) make PHP /VERY/ widely used.
> In the enterprise Java is very common, especially for intranet stuff. Still,
> there is no lack of PHP usage on the enterprise, especially for internet
> facing stuff.
I wonder if there's a good explanation for that.
~~ Best of wishes
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