Can anyone plz tell me whether to make a career in Java programming or in .NET programming ? ? ?

Can anyone plz tell me whether to make a career in Java programming or in .NET programming ? Which one has better scope ? Plz also tell me what's this internship or training being provided by software companies ? ? ?

Asked By: •·.·´¯`·.·•·.·´¯`·.·• - 8/28/2007
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Your best bet would be to learn both. When going into an internship or a job interview know exactly what they are looking for. If they are looking for a .NET developer, do not stress that you are a great J2EE developer... More
Answered By: dgxshiny - 9/4/2007
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its tough to answer this, but both have better careers. I can tell you how to identify yourself towards better career. If you are a type of person, who needs to know the in and out of programming and likes to code the entire program and like to troubleshoot the program then you should prefer Java because in Java you... More
Answered By: Nishanth Anil - 8/28/2007
I totally agree with Mr. Nishanth Anil answer... More
Answered By: RO86 - 8/28/2007
Go for .Net because in it is fast cathching up, (Though many will tell the greatness of Java, ground reality is, no one wants a slow application)
Answered By: TaZ - 9/4/2007
Either will provide plenty of opportunities. Which ever way you choose make sure you gain a solid understanding of Object Oriented Programming. Once you understand the principles you may choose to pick up the other language later.
Answered By: IC - 9/4/2007
Both technology are great. I guess you should try both, see which one best suits you then pick it up. .NET is all around good framework, you can either do application (i meant reasonably fast application) or Enterprise application. Whereas the real technology Java can be used in the Industry is J2EE, Java is worst in... More
Answered By: NerdFC - 9/4/2007
U better choose .net programming. Because within 2010 microsoft will rule the world. Internship will help you a lot because you will see the seniors working and you will be supporting them. By this you will learn a lot from them.
Answered By: Gandhi B - 9/4/2007
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