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re: I think the .net pool reducing is down to the increase in JavaScript Frameworks for front-end dev, mobile (react native) & desktop (electron) a...

I agree with you. I think that they both have their pros and cons. I also go back and forth between JavaScript and c#. I believe for myself I feel more confident that my c# applications are going to be more stable and agile than my JavaScript applications.

Even though when writing node applications, I do feel that the development experience can be faster, but with my experience in building enterprise applications with C# I have developed a style of creating applications, and making my own Nuget packages to help streamline developing repetitive functions.

Also when it comes down to deployment. I feel that visual studio has done a good job providing great tools for those working with enterprise applications.

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