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    Default sorry for this question - which is best ? .NET c# or java ?

    hello guys,

    While learning java many of my friend and other are discouraging me that java doesn't have future and .NET ,c# and ASP .NET has the best future and at present all projects are coming only for .NET only few projects are coming in java . Is this true ? :confused:

    1. what is the biggest advantages (other than platform independent )and disadvantages of java compare to .NET c# ?

    2. why more projects are coming for .NET than java ? :confused:

    please make me clear my dear friends? i am so much confused :confused::confused::confused::confused: thanks in advance

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    you would not be confused if you stopped listening to anyone about their own opinions. you will not know what will happen in the future, whether you will be joining a company using only .NET or a company using on Java. whatever it is, do the comparison yourself. Learn and play with both languages and find out for yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    While learning java many of my friend and other are discouraging me that java doesn't have future and .NET ,c# and ASP .NET has the best future and at present all projects are coming only for .NET only few projects are coming in java . Is this true ? :confused:
    No, this is not true. Otherwise, many of us would be out of jobs.

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    1. what is the biggest advantages (other than platform independent )and disadvantages of java compare to .NET c# ?
    What do you think they are?
    See this: java vs c sharp - Google Search
    And the first hit: Comparison of C Sharp and Java - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    2. why more projects are coming for .NET than java ? :confused:
    Why do you think this is true? Where are the figures that back this statement up?

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    please make me clear my dear friends? i am so much confused :confused::confused::confused::confused: thanks in advance
    Why do you think you can only learn one? Programming languages are not mutually exclusive, you know.
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    As if this question and the more general questions of "which programming language is the best?" "the most popular?" "the most jobs?" etc...

    Please Google before asking questions that have already been beaten to death in the net. There's nothing new that anyone is going to say in your thread, trust me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    No, this is not true. Otherwise, many of us would be out of jobs.


    What do you think they are?
    See this: java vs c sharp - Google Search
    And the first hit: Comparison of C Sharp and Java - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Why do you think this is true? Where are the figures that back this statement up?


    Why do you think you can only learn one? Programming languages are not mutually exclusive, you know.
    thanks for your quick reply buddy .:)
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    Why do you think this is true? Where are the figures that back this statement up?
    Yes buddy , in my place there are more recruitment for .NET than java and jobs for java is so less buddy . Actually i am just for few weeks learning core java , but no companies are recruiting java fresher but many companies are taking .NET freshers :confused: that's why i am confused


    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    Why do you think you can only learn one? Programming languages are not mutually exclusive, you know.
    yes ofcourse buddy , i will not stick on to one programming language , but as a beginner to start ,i am confused whether i can learn java or C# first ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaHater View Post
    you would not be confused if you stopped listening to anyone about their own opinions. you will not know what will happen in the future, whether you will be joining a company using only .NET or a company using on Java. whatever it is, do the comparison yourself. Learn and play with both languages and find out for yourself
    thanks for the reply buddy ,

    Yes ofcourse i will learn both the language , but the point is -i am beginner
    and i am confused whether i can learn C# or java first ? so please help me in giving me good choice buddy ..thanks in advance
    Last edited by funkygarzon; 01-20-2011 at 02:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post
    As if this question and the more general questions of "which programming language is the best?" "the most popular?" "the most jobs?" etc...

    Please Google before asking questions that have already been beaten to death in the net. There's nothing new that anyone is going to say in your thread, trust me.
    yes buddy ofcourse you are right , but i thought here there are more profession who knows very well about java and .NET know ...that s why i asked this question here :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    hello guys,

    While learning java many of my friend and other are discouraging me that java doesn't have future and .NET ,c# and ASP .NET has the best future and at present all projects are coming only for .NET only few projects are coming in java . Is this true ? :confused:
    Wrong
    1. what is the biggest advantages (other than platform independent )and disadvantages of java compare to .NET c# ?
    There are no "general" advantages/disadvantages between the languages. It is all context based. If the project is going to be run only on a windows machine then .Net. If you are going to run on other platforms, or you don't know for sure which platform it is going to be run on Java. And those are only two very simple context examples. It is all context based.
    2. why more projects are coming for .NET than java ? :confused:
    There aren't. There might be quite a few "small" projects "coming in" for .Net, but I know of no large scale business app being written in .Net, to tell you the truth. Mainly because most large scale business servers are not windows servers.
    please make me clear my dear friends? i am so much confused :confused::confused::confused::confused: thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    thanks for the reply buddy ,

    Yes ofcourse i will learn both the language , but the point is -i am beginner
    and i am confused whether i can learn C# or java first ? so please help me in giving me good choice buddy ..thanks in advance
    it doesn't matter. What you want is to learn programming concepts. these programming concepts are standard across most languages. Just start with one. Flip a coin if you can't decide

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    Quote Originally Posted by masijade View Post
    WrongThere are no "general" advantages/disadvantages between the languages. It is all context based. If the project is going to be run only on a windows machine then .Net. If you are going to run on other platforms, or you don't know for sure which platform it is going to be run on Java. And those are only two very simple context examples. It is all context based.There aren't. There might be quite a few "small" projects "coming in" for .Net, but I know of no large scale business app being written in .Net, to tell you the truth. Mainly because most large scale business servers are not windows servers.
    thANKS FOR YOUR REPLY BUDDY :)

    There aren't. There might be quite a few "small" projects "coming in" for .Net, but I know of no large scale business app being written in .Net, to tell you the truth. Mainly because most large scale business servers are not windows servers.
    YES I AGREE THIS POINT BUDDY :) THANK YOU VERY MUCH :o

    It is all context based
    SORRY I AM NOOB , WHAT IS CONTEXT BASED ? YOU MEAN INTERNET ORIENTED RIGHT ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaHater View Post
    it doesn't matter. What you want is to learn programming concepts. these programming concepts are standard across most languages. Just start with one. Flip a coin if you can't decide

    WOOOOOOOOW AMAZING ANSWER BUDDY ...THANKS A LOT :) :o

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    WOOOOOOOOW AMAZING ANSWER BUDDY ...THANKS A LOT :) :o

    CAN I LEARN BOTH LANGUAGE SIMULTANEOUSLY ? SORRY IF THIS QUESTION IS SO STUPID :o
    Your all-caps writing hurts my brain.

    Why would you not be able to learn both? Or learn one after another? And how would we know what you are capable of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    WHAT IS CONTEXT BASED ? YOU MEAN INTERNET ORIENTED RIGHT ?
    Huh? Context-based means based on context. Context is the specific circumstances (requirements, limits, etc) of any given situation. So whichever language is best for any given project depends on the circumstances of that project. That makes it pretty meaningless to say that any one programming language is better than another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    Your all-caps writing hurts my brain.

    Why would you not be able to learn both? Or learn one after another? And how would we know what you are capable of?

    Learn by trying things out.

    ooh sorry buddy for using caps . :( . ok any way i am putting all my trust is god jesus christ and i am going to learn these languages buddy .:)

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinWorkman View Post
    Huh? Context-based means based on context. Context is the specific circumstances (requirements, limits, etc) of any given situation. So whichever language is best for any given project depends on the circumstances of that project. That makes it pretty meaningless to say that any one programming language is better than another.

    thank you buddy , yes now i understood what context based is . :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    WOOOOOOOOW AMAZING ANSWER BUDDY ...THANKS A LOT :) :o

    CAN I LEARN BOTH LANGUAGE SIMULTANEOUSLY ? SORRY IF THIS QUESTION IS SO STUPID :o
    sure why not, place both books on the table, then use your left eye to study Java, and your right eye to study C#. No, why you want to study both simultaneously? Start with one and take it step by step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JavaHater View Post
    sure why not, place both books on the table, then use your left eye to study Java, and your right eye to study C#. No, why you want to study both simultaneously? Start with one and take it step by step.
    ROFL ...... sorry for that stupid question buddy . yes ,studying one by one is the best way :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by funkygarzon View Post
    thank you buddy , yes now i understood what context based is . :)
    Don't forget the context of the language itself, e.g. C# is a bit 'more' (mind the quotes) than Jave; e.g. in C# you can specify getters and setters in a shorthand way; of course people could say that it is just syntactic sugar but then again, all language features are syntactic sugar compared to raw assembly language. Java and C# are both primitive languages, e.g. see all the trouble Java has for having real closures implemented (due to an old language design decision that demands that variables from an outer scope must be final in order to use them in an inner scope that can survive the outer scope). C# makes a mess out of the 'managed' objects in several managed heaps. I could go on for hours but allow me to mention: Lisp, all the rest are frillies for script kiddies ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    Don't forget the context of the language itself, e.g. C# is a bit 'more' (mind the quotes) than Jave; e.g. in C# you can specify getters and setters in a shorthand way; of course people could say that it is just syntactic sugar but then again, all language features are syntactic sugar compared to raw assembly language. Java and C# are both primitive languages, e.g. see all the trouble Java has for having real closures implemented (due to an old language design decision that demands that variables from an outer scope must be final in order to use them in an inner scope that can survive the outer scope). C# makes a mess out of the 'managed' objects in several managed heaps. I could go on for hours but allow me to mention: Lisp, all the rest are frillies for script kiddies ;-)

    kind regards,

    Jos

    wooow nice buddy . thanks for your effort for making me to understand some language context . but any way i have to go in deeper into language to understand these concepts :) ..thanks again :)

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