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What programming language should i specialize in....in our BCA course we are thaught little of c ,little of Java and little of .net ,....i m very confused and internet research has made me more confused......in my future i want start my own small business...so what language should i specialize in...i would like to dig deep than sweeping the surface.....m also fine with mobile development languages....please guide me...m confused....i have confusion between java , .net and cpp.....i see java as a good choice but it is kinda slow...and i have never seen a java desktop application....
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
I started out with java and then moved to c++ and some other languages. The way I see It java helps to better grasp the concepts of programming than some other languages especially the object oriented aspect which is very important in today's work environment. Not to mention android apps are programmed in java so when your ready to jump into mobile development it will be infinitely easier to learn. As for It being slow...java is considered slow because it is automagically garbage collected unlike c++ and most other languages...therefore c++ will require you to do a lot more memory management than java will. The speed of java is not really a huge deal now that most computers come stock with like 4 gb of ram + and multi gig dual core + processors I wouldn't worry about the speed of java. In my opinion its the best language out there for higher level developmentSource(s): Computer Scientist
- JohnLv 67 years ago
Why don't you contact some of the big universities that specialise in computer programming courses. Talk to their heads of planning and ask what they see as the type of programming that will be neede over the next 10 years?
- John WLv 77 years ago
Go with mobile development languages, its the wave of the future.
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- AnnLv 77 years ago
I think it is Java. Learn all you can because this is the age of computers.
- 7 years ago
so we americans dont speak jibberish