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Which is a wiser choice for an IT professional to take up, Java or .NET?

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Java is mature...however, a beginner may not stand any chance to
compete against industry bigwigs. On the other hand, .NET is newer and
gives newbies a relatively firm foothold, since there are hardly
experienced ppl there. Also, I'm interested in computer security
involving low level coding in C, C++. Which platform will be better for
me keeping this in view?

Apr 5 '06 #1
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> Java is mature...however, a beginner may not stand any chance to
compete against industry bigwigs. On the other hand, .NET is newer and
gives newbies a relatively firm foothold, since there are hardly
experienced ppl there. Also, I'm interested in computer security
involving low level coding in C, C++. Which platform will be better for
me keeping this in view?


No one, because your view is not accoording to reality.

Cor
Apr 5 '06 #2

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screw both languages; get into databases

Apr 5 '06 #3

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