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keerthi kumar p
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Hi Ranchers,


Am a fresher having 10 month experience , Since from 10 months i am working in web-services , now i got android based project , is it worth to join android based project that is relating to shipping like that? Please any one can help me to choose my career.


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Maneesh Godbole
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keerthi kumar p wrote:... , now i got android based project , is it worth to join android based project ...

If you have already "got" it, I am confused, where your choice comes in the picture?

keerthi kumar p wrote: Please any one can help me to choose my career.

Would you ask others to chose your bike, house, wife?
You are the best person to choose. What do you like working on? Do you have aptitude for it? Does it give you job satisfaction?


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keerthi kumar p
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Hi



But we ask our parents sometimes to choose right , in the way i asked , any how i don't know about android, i like to work on java that's sure.
Maneesh Godbole
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I think you are misunderstanding me. I never said why do you ask us. I was implying our opinions don't really matter...its your choice!

Anyway, I had asked some questions with an intention of trying to help you figure out your line of choice. Since you haven't answered them, I find myself unable to offer any more suggestions.
keerthi kumar p
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Hi Maneesh ,


Don't take me wrong, i also intentionally told , parents will help us when we cant decide what we want to choose right , that's it nothing personal.

any how am ready to answer your all quires:


fist i don't know about android.

second i like to work on java.

third my project is changing to android based.

so is it worth to choose android based or else stay in servelts, jsp and jdbc.
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Both choices are viable options. It's good to learn lots of things. You haven't had time to learn Java deeply, but that's ok. You learned something and now you get what sounds like a paid opportunity to gain some experience with Android. You are going to change technologies many times in your career; no reason not to start now!


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keerthi kumar p wrote:Hi Ranchers,


Am a fresher having 10 month experience , Since from 10 months i am working in web-services , now i got android based project , is it worth to join android based project that is relating to shipping like that? Please any one can help me to choose my career.


I would see that as an opportunity to learn and work in something new.


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Both are interesting subjects. But what about other stuff? Are you switching jobs, or switching teams in the same company? I think at least as important as the technology is the method of working, the colleagues, the grow opportunities in the department. You could take that in consideration too.

Oh yes, learning different technologies is good. But, do not overdo that either. You have to have at least one thing that is your prime skill I think. I have done too many things. Java, C#, ASP.NET, Web development, low level machine control, C++, Delphi, Scientific research, Technical translation from and to French, German, Spanish and English, customer support (although it was more developer support, so customer support of a engineering tool). Almost everything apart from sales. Too much is also not good. Too is never good.
keerthi kumar p
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thanks a lot for your valuable suggestions.
Preeti Jamadade
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so what is your decision and experience? So that others can think that way.
keerthi kumar p
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Actually am a fresher i need to learn whatever comes to my way! in fact--- other than project other constraints also matters
like : project manger , lead , colleagues so choose where you will get chance to learn and motivation to do work. if i wrong please correct me.
 
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