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Comparasion of J2EE vs Mobile app. dev(Java ME,Android,iPhone,blackberry) in Indian market.

 
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Hi folks,

I want to know from my fellow experienced ranchers that out of J2EE & Mobile app. development (Java ME,Android, iPhone, blackberry) which one is better in terms of -
Considering Indian market

1. Knowledge or learning experience.
2. Salary & Growth in long terms.
3. working in MNC & on site opportunity (I wonder if mobile app developer do have any On site opportunity.)

Lot of people say that Indian market is full of j2ee developer & mobile app developer are in shortage. Is that true?
But when i see salaries mentioned in job offer, salary of j2ee developer is high as compared to mobile app developer.

Please share your view.

Thanks
 
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Developing for the Mobile has not yet seen a big leap like any other development using J2EE technologies. But it looks promising that the future might have more potential for Mobile apps and ofcourse the developers.
 
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