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Hi every one i am fresher and currenty joined a indian company and now company wants me to work in iphone and android i am i scjp and my interest is in a J2EE i am so confused now is
mobile technologies are Good ? after some experience on mobile technologies can i shift to J2EE in amonter company in india?
Since you are fresher, i would advice you to work in android. Also, since Android is built with java language only, you learn more on java. If you are interested in j2ee(Its no more j2ee, its JEE now a days), you can keep learning the technologies related to JEE side by side.. After, say 1.5-2 years you can always make a switch over to JEE project..
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thanks , ya i am also making mind to work on this as i am fresher i dnt have many option right now , so i am thinking to keep working on these technolologies and
as you said after 1.5-2 years i can think, hey and i want to ask you one question that what is the sallery you get as mobile developer? is difference much as compare to JEE devdeloper
As a fresher both the JEE developer and a mobile developer, will be getting almost similar salary. As, the experience grows on, it really depends on the skills that you acquire.. You can get more than a JEE developer, if you are very good in Andriod... Honestly, i don't know about the difference..
My advice is this: do yourself a favor and don't make important decisions (like about your career) based on information obtained from anonymous participants in an online forum, the motives and experience of whom you know nothing about.
Ulf Dittmer wrote:My advice is this: do yourself a favor and don't make important decisions (like about your career) based on information obtained from anonymous participants in an online forum, the motives and experience of whom you know nothing about.