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    I'll probably stop learning too many languages and start focusing on one or a few languages once I get my real job (the one that satisfies me, from web to system programming). Until then, to increase the my chance to get a job, gotta know all those languages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphaoide
    I'll probably stop learning too many languages and start focusing on one or a few languages once I get my real job (the one that satisfies me, from web to system programming). Until then, to increase the my chance to get a job, gotta know all those languages.

    Its never a bad thing to know at least 2-3 "mainstream" languages. I am a systems programmer and currently am using both C++(MFC) and php at work. But you are right defaintely keep learning more languages, the more you know I think the better perspective you have on programming as a whole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dante Shamest
    Java? She will do you a world of good. She'll teach you Object-Oriented Programming and you'll love her for the first few months. However, after those few months are up, you'll realise the relationship has a few problems...

    1. She is always late for dates and takes forever to do anything.

    2. She doesn't want to only be with you; she wants to be with all men and women.

    3. While her commitment to taking out the garbage is impressive, she only does so at the most inconvenient times.

    4. Her look and feel is wrong. Just wrong.

    5. For security reasons, she'll never let you see her naked.

    6. Her best friends, C and Assembly, are so much more exciting.
    hehe, excellent!

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    wow your doing what? wow we care so much, stfu you attention ...........

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    Its not like that RoD. Remember that someone said the same about you and you didn't like it. I suggest you edit that.

    If you don't have anything nice to say , just leave the guy alone.
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    Java is, unfortunately, my primary development language. I say unfortunately because I like C++ more, far more. But as it is, whereever I go it's always Java that's needed.

    Java Faces is very similar to the way ASP.Net works now, btw, so once there's more than just the reference implementation (which sucks, to be honest) Java will have made up for this lack and will once again profit from it's great sides, like being open (unlike the closed ASP.Net) and the incredible work done by the Apache Foundation.
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