Lately, I'm getting very bothered by the question "is it fair to give an image as a developer and software solution company for small businesses and deliver them ms access applications in the time the world evolves so quickly and .net is leading the world etc..." I can say that I'm almost paranoid with this question.
My background is ms access and in the past two years I learned .net c# / MVC etc... in a school course, online, blogs and where not...
But I can still not decide and say "access, have a nice day !" just because this is something I know by hearth and yes it's easier and in order to switch to .net nobody will encourage winForm and if I start to develop web I need to get in depth of several languages and architectures which includes but is not limited to
What else ??? Did I miss something ? Oh yea Angular - how dare am I .....
and this is without to mention that just to choose the right tools and libraries is a big headache for a .net developer and of course for someone which wants to join the .net world. For example one friend of me tells me Angular is a must and someone else tells me forget about c# node.js is so simple that ..... So this make me so confused that I cannot even start thinking where to start, and of course to mention that I don't have the time to play around with all available libraries and frameworks as I need to bring home something called "Bread".....
So if u ask me "why in the world do u want to develop .net if you get clients for ms access" ? Well, it's a good question but between us access is relative limited in case of user interface and abilities. Just as an example - "chat system" - I just done a chat system between application users on access, which I believe that in .net it would've take a fraction the time just for the simple reason because it can be done in the right way using sockets etc... So for this and similar situations I really wanna get to .net (not particular for the "polymorphism" feature :) but for a lot others )
Anyhow, if somebody which was or is in a similar situation can help me get to the right path I would appreciate it.