While going through your website some time ago, I stumbled on some of your public lectures. I realized you adviced your audience to take the SCWCD exams; What in your opinion is the worth of this exam?
What in your opinion do you think is the place of Java (Servlets and JSP) in a couple of years judging from all microsoft is doing right now with .NET in order to undo Java technology, some articles are already pointing at the whole lot of advantages that comes with programming woth C#; one of those examples they claim is caching which could be done with just a line of code with C#, unlike Java which demands God knows how many line of code to accomplish the same task. It seems to me Microsoft never go to war with anybody and loose.
Originally posted by Marty Hall:
It is hard to predict the future, but my guess is that JSP/servlets/J2EE will continue to have the biggest share of medium/large Web application projects, and .NET will continue to have the second biggest share.
Originally posted by Ko Ko Naing:
Marty, do you mean it only for medium/large Web application projects? In my opinion, I guess for small web applications... ASP.Net always beat J2EE in my currently residing country, Thailand... Maybe this is the reason why J2EE is so-called Enterprise Edition...
He stated it clearly that this applies to medium/large web application projects. There is no gainsaying the fact that for small projects Microdoft products have an upper hand for obvious reasons.
However I want to thank Marty for his candid opinion on this issue, though I strongly believe that Microsoft .Net will come around to blow the leading rug out of the feet of java; its just a matter of time.