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I tell you frankly that imho the most promising direction to pursue is probably C++ CGI. I too write in C#, but .Net programmers tend to think everything new under the sun is somehow better. CGI is probably much more secure and efficient -- particularly if you only transfer data across bandwidth. Your MySQL driven content will fly in C++, and the operating overhead will be minimal. What you are doing in .NET may seem to be powerful, but you can deliver any web content in very straightforward, efficient ways from C++.

All you have to know to do anything under the sun is basic DBMS implementations (record maintenance and navigation) and raw XHTML.

A tool which was a good alternate solution until a few years ago was Delphi. A prebuilt web server component allowed you to read your tables and build your content into a simple CGI run by the server (of different kinds). You can't really get more straightforward than that -- and the peformance is so much better than .Net it's amazing it isn't the mainstream approach.

For good material on this alternate approach, you can pick up a used copy of Mastering Delphi [7+...etc.] by Marco Cantu. A single chapter covers this approach -- and there isn't anything you can't do with the *basic* process, except embed all the ActiveX your .Net implementations require... which is a huge security risk to content consumers. If *I* were dictating security policy, I would disqualify .Net on this count alone.
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