I view C# and .NET

jabber (jabber)
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C# and .NET are Microsoft's weapon to fight agaist the Java camp. If you are on the Microsoft track, be sure to embrace C# and .NET. If you do not, you will fall behind.

If you are in the Java camp, you do not need rush for C# and .NET. Focus on J2EE, XML, Oracle...you still can keep your job. Java won't
die within a few months.

I never blame on novices. But I recently shouted at one of my friends.
He spent some time on J2EE and suddenly decided to switch to C# and .NET simply because his colleages advocate C# and .NET.

If you are a mature programmer, you should have a clear mind.
Don't be confused by the hype. There are a lot of hypes in the IT market.
For you information, let me point out that Sun Microsystem has just announced JXTA project. Obviously, JXTA has been initiated to fight against .NET. This time, Sun even wants to borrow some strengths from the Open Source community. Should we switch to .NET now and hug JXTA sometime later? If we change our focus as the females follow the fashion, we can expect that all the computer training schools will teach C# and .NET in a few months...

For those friends who love Microsoft, don't miss the opportunity that C# and .NET provide. I made such a reminder some time earlier but
few people took it serious. Marco was kidding that Jabber wished all other friends move onto .NET.... This is the only response I can remember. Now C# and .NET suddenly attracted so much interests here... Really supprised.

Really, for Java guys, you don't need care much for C# and .NET. Of course, if you are curious, you may download a .NET development kit
and play for some time. Remember: every technology has its applicability. Java, too.
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