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Is it good to have MCAD.NET?

 
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Is it possible to master both Java & .NET techologies?
 
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Sure, why not? You can master anything you want if you have the time. I just recently began C# .NET after using Java for a few years. It is a pretty decent language and platform.
 
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It would be very difficult to "master" both. But it is certainly possible to be very good in one and proficient in the other.

I am a C# consultant with Java knowledge. I think the hard part about Java is EJB, although that is changing soon as EJB 3 will dramatically simplify things.

It is rare and very difficult to find someone who has both Java and .NET knowledge and I hear this skill is very much in demand.

Usually projects that transition from Java to C# are looking for this skill set.

I really recommend mixing both technologies.
 
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Thank you for your input.
 
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