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two java jobs: frameworks, or pure java?

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I am a computer science graduate with around six months experience with Java web projects using spring-mvc, jpa, hibernate, etc.

I have two job offers at the moment:
a) they use frameworks like spring, and new technologies like AngularJS.
b) they use pure java, NO frameworks, and old technologies like jsps, jquery etc.

They offer similar salary, working hours etc.

Considering my little experience with Java...which option is better for my development as a programmer?
the one in which I will gain more knowledge about Spring etc, or the one in which I will get more experience with pure Java?

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