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Hi ,

I have 2.5 years of work experience in Salesforce CRM. I wanted to learn core technology to enhance my knowledge in programming so, I shifted to Java.
I worked for 3 months on Struts 1.3 development project but, then realized my 2.5 years experience is going waste and have to start as fresher here in Java. It's really frustrating.

I am now not able to decide where to go now ? Which one is better Salesforce / Java for my situation ?
How is the future in Salesforce CRM ? Is it a good option for me ? Kindly give some suggestions.



Thanks,

 
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I think this thread would sit better in another forum. Moving.
 
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