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making career in java

 
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Hello Friends,
I am parveen currently i have completed my M.C.A. I want to make a career in java but My frnds says there is no job in java as a freshers and at this time .Net is good. but i really want to make a career in java. so plzzzzzzzzzzzzz guide me. i am so confused. plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz guide me.
Thanks i advance. also tell which is better .net or java in respect to salary
[ July 07, 2007: Message edited by: Parveen Dalal ]
 
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Both java and .Net have a good market. Learn java and if it interests you take some certifications.

also tell which is better .net or java in respect to salary



Salaries are paid for 'your skills' in the programming language, not what language you know to code in (99% of the time anyway). The better your skill in a language and the better your soft skills, the more you can earn. Experience counts too
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