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hi guys
it is my request to all of you not to consider this post as the "java is dead".
I just wanted to know about the future of CODERS(like us).
Let us take an example ..... suppose i want to make my travel organization online .... for that i need an application which makes
the system online..... that means , i can sell the plane tics , make reservation online with the help of this application.
Within a period of 1 year , similar organisation start growing in the market...................there is one simple application( lets say made with java)
which runs an online airway reservation system ..........so why would somebody hire 10 java profesionals when this application can be bought by the company who has build this application .
I hope i,am clear enough ..... if there is a doubt , do write back .

somebody asked me about it .... so i decided to post this query to get some expert comments .

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raghavmathur@indiatimes.com
 
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and if the same appliation would have made with java ?
then why would 10 people need to sit and code
 
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Hi Raghav,
I do agree to what u say.. but all i think is those applications are not customised ...all what now the comapnies want is customised solutions...
Hope this helps..
Correct me if I am wrong...
Kajol
 
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Why would everyone want to use the same application? Personally, I would think you'd want your online system to do things that your competitors can't do. And in that regard you would have to customize it to your own needs.
 
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but you can get a standard set of application ..... now its up to you how would modify it ..... but the application(standard) is available .
 
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