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transition to c#.net

 
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hi, everybody. by seeing all this, iam wondering
whether i have to leave java and do something else like c#.net.iam an scjp, and expectedly scea
by next month.
if at all i need to convert to c#.net, i still
want to stay away from microsoft products as much as possible.i mean stuff like COM etc.
can anybody tell me what are the least neccesary microsoft products i need to know for shifting to c#. because i never seriously concentrated on any microsoft product all there years.
this may not be a right question in this forum, but still, as some people here mention about their transition, i would like to know from their experiences.
thanks
 
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