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Java/J2EE Programmer to C++ Programmer

Itzme Sunitha
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Hi,

I got an opportunity to work on C++ in my new project.
I am basically a Java/J2ee developer, working last 7 yrs. I have never explicitly worked on C++ exept in my academic project.

If I accept the offer, what are the chalenges can be expected in near future.
Will I give the justification for the new role. I am good in OOP concepts; still doubting.

Can any body has this type of experience??

Please suggest me.

Thanks in advance.
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With C++ you can become even more adept at oops! Go for it.


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