View Poll Results: C++ Vs Java : Job market stability & probability: Which one is strong?

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  • I CAN'T GUESS

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C++ Vs Java : Job market stability & probability.

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    Exclamation C++ Vs Java : Job Market Strength & Stability

    Job Market Strength & Stability: (Past & Future: Next 5+ years)

    Which one is your choice?
    Last edited by zahid; 12-31-2001 at 03:07 AM.
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    Hard to say. What about C#? What about VB for data basses? What about ........

    Guess I will vote I Can't Guess
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    Hmm...I can envision Java becoming popular because of it seems easier to use(in my opinion). Although, games will probably stay with C++.
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    I moved this thead from C++ as it would seem more suitable here.
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    Java is in a better position right now. The Internet is huge and Java just eats it up. Java is also very easy for a C/C++ dev to pick up. I can't think of one reason for a C/C++ dev not to learn Java.

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    C++ for offline; Java online

    The overall crowd will think that Java = Internet; C++ = games.
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    But that's really not the case. With the newest technology from Java (JXTA) wireless PDA/cell gaming (more of it) is going to start coming to the US soon. I wouldn't associate Java with just the Internet but it's ability to perform the way it does over the Net is a huge plus for it's fight. The post is talking about Job Market stability so I'm giving opinions on enterprise level software and solutions. But with every side of the business, Java is looking better and better everyday.

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    JAVA is JUNK....

    Learn to write REAL computer programs in C/C++ and Assembler, especially Assembler. To run native with the tightest fastest possible code is the only way to go.

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    Spoken like a true idiot. Oh well, to each his own.

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    JAVA is a BLOATED ASS DINOSAUR doomed to die a slow and anguishing death. Byte Code interpretation is a stupid way to run an application.

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    Funny how you hide your name, you act as if I don't know who you are

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    Why did your site crash, DID YOU USE THAT ALMIGHTY SO WONDERFULLY SIMPLE JAVA......

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    The site never crashed, it...wtf? Why am I even considering explaining anything to you? Ha, just go back to your ****ty place and chill with your 4 online members. I need to keep working on my new site.

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    ... if your site didn't crash, what happened?
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