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Advice: Career Path for beginner: J2ee Vs .NET

 
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Hi All,
I want to embark upon the career in IT field.
I want to decide which field I need to choose to learn.
I basically have two choices:
J2ee Vs .net framework
I am a SCJCP and I am also quite pretty familiar with SErvlets and JSPs.
Being a fast learner, I wont face mastering any technology.
I already did a lot of research into this and what I came to know is that
J2ee is very very compplex for beginners to learn in comparison with .net.
Although number of java jobs are greater than .net jobs but also lot of
experienced java programmers are looking for jobs out there.
Also, I came to know that programming in .net is real fun as compared to java.
So, if i embark on becoming a .net programmer then for me next step would be getting a MCAD.
But I am unable to decide what to select java or .net.
I am looking for your unbiased views especially from those who have worked
in both java and .net field.
Thanks in advance
John
 
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