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java is tough than .net

 
hitesh bodar
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java is tough then .net so now less people use cause of toughness.
like COBOL,will it become useless in future?so what to do java or .net?
 
Ulf Dittmer
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like COBOL,will it become useless in future?

Absolutely.

so what to do java or .net?

Neither. It's obviously much better to jump head first into whatever comes next after these legacy languages.
 
pete stein
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hitesh bodar wrote:so what to do java or .net?

I strongly urge you to look into WhiteSpace. It is one of the languages of the future (and it's name is less offensive than the other language I was going to suggest). Much luck!
 
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@Pete
Thanks for the info.
These type of languages will make me a 'complete' programmer.
 
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Personally I prefer Piet, and it allows me to embed my website on my living room wall. Gallery^H^H^H^H^H^H^HCode samples here.
 
bhaskarvignesh chandra sekaran
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If IIS crashes , so will .NET ( ) , java can run on any server , any platform.( )
 
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What about MPS? I would say DSL will be the next generation of programming! More information at www.jetbrains.com
 
Duran Harris
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This also interests me...People say .NET enterprise solutions are much easier to set up than Java EE solutions.So...then what do I, as an aspiring java ee developer get in return for this toughness???Come on people there has got to be something other than platform independance you can offer me....??
 
Ulf Dittmer
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People say .NET enterprise solutions are much easier to set up than Java EE solutions.

I've also heard people claim the opposite. Can you be a bit more specific what you mean by that statement? "set up" is a rather vague term...
 
Duran Harris
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I wouldn't know....I'm just rehashing what I heard.Wanted to see if anyone agreed...
 
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