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    Hello guys
    i know this is a forum for new bees..i thought to put some different question related to java.

    What do you think what should be the attitude of a java programmer during recession period?? how to survive in such bad times?
    Do u really think java technology will never fade??

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    Hi,
    Java is a evergreen technology.If you are having a strong base in the language ,no need to worry.keep your recession worries aside and concentrate........definitley u will win.

    -Regards
    Ramya
    Ramya:cool:

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    Never is a long time.

    Of course it will fade at some point, but the important thing is that it is much in demand right now without much sign of a significant wane in interest.

    If you want to be ahead of the curve, you'll always strive to keep learning, both Java (for the time being) and also some non-Java new technology. You can never have too much knowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post
    Never is a long time.

    Of course it will fade at some point, but the important thing is that it is much in demand right now without much sign of a significant wane in interest.

    If you want to be ahead of the curve, you'll always strive to keep learning, both Java (for the time being) and also some non-Java new technology. You can never have too much knowledge.
    I agreed with lol.

    Working on with different technologies make real sense in such instance. I'm working on multiple technologies as well, Java, .Net, C/C++ and so on...

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