Which is better career path : Java or .Net or is it possible to be a successful developer in both?
Most people say that I have to chose between these two and I cannot be good at both.I would very much like to prefer both but incase if I have to chose between these two,which one will help me in terms of job opportunities?
Asked By: NSG Commando - Addicted to Kungfu - 5/3/2012
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You're better off choosing one or the other. Companies that are looking for Java people don't care how much .Net you know, and for companies looking for .Net people, Java is merely expensive coffee... More
Answered By: Unca Alby - 5/3/2012
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I'm a .Net developer but I have written some Java applications in the past. Typically you want to pick a single technology and master it. Unless of course you're working for a small business that requires their developer to take on multiple roles... More
Answered By: Jason - 5/3/2012
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