Good answer Barry, By the way I worked with .NET and C# for about 2 years from Beta version to final version and I am very happy with .NET environment. I am not saying that Java is not good or defending .NET or C# but I think both language has thier problem and it would be nice if we could discuss about this like adult and professional programmer Regards Reza Sadeghi MD, SCJD, MCP
you can't blame Tony as a traitor, even i want to know more about c#, though i am a SUN certified's J2EE developer. Just look at market, how many greedy employor ask for "J2EE & .NET" at a time. They hope to pay 50K or less for someone who know all. JUST SUCKS!
Architect forum might be wrong forum for this question. I think Thomas Paul recommended this some month ago: http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/forum/ Tom Walters: Do you get money from Sun, IBM or Oracle. If not, please open your mind. Most of us are small companies or independent software consultants, programmers or whatever. I think we should not act as unpaid soldiers in some stupid marketing wars, but try to help each other. Java is no religion. The fact that c# is in many aspects similar to Java shows that Java is good language. Axel