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At Baskin Robbins, they boast about their plethora of choices. 52 different flavors of ice cream. If you only mix two you have the possibility of wetting your taste buds with 104 different combinations. Add a third scoop and the possibilities are endless. Your tongue will swim in a different flavor everyday, as much as you try you will not get to taste all the combinations. At least not before you would have gotten an early death from diabetes. But I am of the boring kind. For the rare times I go to Baskin Robbins, or any of those ice cream parlors, I settle for two scoops of vanilla.
When it comes to programming, there is no such thing as an expert. Well, there is one. Only one expert though, but that's beside the point. The field of programming evolves and changes, every day you have a new battle and you cope with the fact that you will not stick with the same routine for long. OK fine, his name is Jon Skeet and you can find him on Stackoverflow. So annoying...
I recently joined a project that runs entirely on .Net MVC. The only problem is that for the past 6 years, I spent the majority of my time programming on PHP projects. Obviously, there has been a lot of issue to go through the switch and I would like to list the main problems I had so anyone jumping in the same wagon could find some guidance.