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Is Java Dead---- Where is it heading tooo

 
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Hello friends,
What is the future of java.Im daily hearing the news or rumors saying that.java is dead no jobs no scope for java.lot of guys in US and around the world are sitting idle and loosing jobs.I know a couple of friends who are very much strong in java and good communication skills.sitting idle on bench.From last 2 months they are not receiving interview calls.And lot of guys in india working in multinational companies who has java as there major skill are sitting idle.Why is this position will it going to improve or v all java guys has to change the platform.Y sudden dip.
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There's always C/C++, ASP and Visual Basic
How's the situation for those? Worse? I thought so
 
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