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    Is there any scope for Java?

    I have studied Java for 2 years...Is there any future in it?
    Or should I learn other programming language..Please help??

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    I'm no mobile expert, but last I checked Android is still dominating. So yes, Java has a future.
    I'm not sure why you'd use that as the reason to not learn another language though.
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    Why ever stop learning? As a developer, you're more useful and unique with the more languages you know. Learn Java, learn PHP, and how you can work on more complex systems, helping a company integrate open source tools with Java front ends. That just one example.

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    As Fou-Lu pointed out, the android market is currently still going strong and rapidly expanding. I believe Java will be around and doing well for a long time .

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    Thanks everyone for the tips and advice..

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    Java vs .Net Expert Views on What is the Scope of Java In Market. Is there any language that is batter then Java from New Delhi / NCR, India.


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