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Java/J2EE vs .NET

 
Alan Hermin
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Hi..
can some experts tell me which language is power : Java/J2EE Or c#/.NET and which language used in wide-range in the IT markets....
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ak pillai
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In my view

Java/J2EE is more powerful for server side work (backend services) and large projects.

.Net is powerful for client side. Having said that AJAX is gaining more popularity on java side client development.


I prefer the JAVA's concept of its ability to deploy an application to any platform as opposed to relying on MS platform.


Again, I am a Java/J2EE developer, so may be biased. Search on google.com for Java vs .Net, you will find some unbiased comparisons.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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