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Why SAP and .Net technologies are still in demand but not than java

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Hi guys

I am a java developer from mumbai India, I looked for a job in java technology in mumbai but couldnt find any .Then i went to Hyderabad to search for job but here also the same story . But through my experience i have noticed one thing .Companies are still hiring for Sap and .Net .

Can any body tell me why .

Is java no good. Is this is the end of Java . I am seriously considering moving to some other technology . I love java but i cannot feed myself if no body is going to give me a job in java.

Please tell me what is it that SAP and .Net offer that every company wants people from these fields but not from Java.

It really pisses me off some times after so much off hard work and dedication you still end up a jobless . If i had used the same hardwork and dedication in any of these technologies i would have been a senior pro in them till now.

Even after cribbing so much i still love java.

I dont know what to do other than join a BPO and wait till the world becomes normal .
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It's supply AND demand -- not just demand. Maybe it isn't the demand for SAP and .NET technologies that is greater. Maybe it's the large supply of Java developers on the market, that is making it difficult for you to find a job.

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