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Java Vs. Net: Which is better?

Published on 14 October 15
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This is one question that often pops up in the minds of software developers â which is better in terms of career prospects. Is it Java or is it .Net? But whatâs important to note is â whether both of these can be compared? Well, generally speaking, Java is a programming language, while .net is a framework.

As you know, .net as a platform supports many languages including C#, VB.Net, and F# amongst others. This framework is more or a less a pool of readily-designed functionality made available at the userâs fingertips while writing a code. Developers who are interested in an in-depth analysis can research more about it to find out which scores better than the other considering specific aspects of your application. But in general, both Java and .Net are robust enough and have been used globally for various complex projects.

So, whatâs better?

Java developers are presently very much in demand by a huge margin. Being platform independent, many enterprise applications run on Java. Although .NET is an outstanding framework and C# is an excellent language, they are very much affected by the Microsoft Windows Server platform. Microsoft .NET and Java both aim to simplify application development by offering a set of standardized, modules and services. .NET works more like a unified framework found in the Java environment, with a first-rate performance. .Net courses for instance have been transforming students into professionals that companies are looking forward to. In future, many companies will prefer open source .NET programs over Java, and there will be increasing demand for .NET developers.

Salary surveys have roughly shown equal salaries for Java and C# developers. Both still enjoy a fair share of developers making them viable in near future. With so many applications built using the .NET/Java stack, you can definitely not rule out one over the other. Probably, ten years from now, we should have a better clarity over which oneâs most suitable and significant.

As a software developer, you must be familiar with more than one languages. Master one specific language youâre currently working on but be well versed with others as well. Be the master of one and jack of several! These programming language are merely a set of tool that enable you to implement logic. Brush up your logic skills, and youâll be comfortable handling any programming language, tool or framework. Remember, that a good developer will always be in demand.

Click here to know about other IT Certifications and Programs.
This is one question that often pops up in the minds of software developers â which is better in terms of career prospects. Is it Java or is it .Net? But whatâs important to note is â whether both of these can be compared? Well, generally speaking, Java is a programming language, while .net is a framework.

As you know, .net as a platform supports many languages including C#, VB.Net, and F# amongst others. This framework is more or a less a pool of readily-designed functionality made available at the userâs fingertips while writing a code. Developers who are interested in an in-depth analysis can research more about it to find out which scores better than the other considering specific aspects of your application. But in general, both Java and .Net are robust enough and have been used globally for various complex projects.

So, whatâs better?

Java developers are presently very much in demand by a huge margin. Being platform independent, many enterprise applications run on Java. Although .NET is an outstanding framework and C# is an excellent language, they are very much affected by the Microsoft Windows Server platform. Microsoft .NET and Java both aim to simplify application development by offering a set of standardized, modules and services. .NET works more like a unified framework found in the Java environment, with a first-rate performance. .Net courses for instance have been transforming students into professionals that companies are looking forward to. In future, many companies will prefer open source .NET programs over Java, and there will be increasing demand for .NET developers.

Salary surveys have roughly shown equal salaries for Java and C# developers. Both still enjoy a fair share of developers making them viable in near future. With so many applications built using the .NET/Java stack, you can definitely not rule out one over the other. Probably, ten years from now, we should have a better clarity over which oneâs most suitable and significant.

As a software developer, you must be familiar with more than one languages. Master one specific language youâre currently working on but be well versed with others as well. Be the master of one and jack of several! These programming language are merely a set of tool that enable you to implement logic. Brush up your logic skills, and youâll be comfortable handling any programming language, tool or framework. Remember, that a good developer will always be in demand.

Click here to know about other IT Certifications and Programs.

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