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If you can write some XML files only, it is hard for you to get jobs. You need to be able to create DTD file, parse XML files, render XML file, send and receive XML files. There is a big landscape in the XML fields. Without strong programming ability, one can only modify some XML files for software configuration.
I think it does not make too much sense to argue which field is hot or cold. Being a programmers, we must share sweats, even tears. If you think Java is no longer hopeful, what is the hot pot in the software industry? C is so old, but I know some peole who are still making their living on it.
It is not a good idea to put our success or failure on probability. Java's hype has passed. Now it is time to make our living by skills, not by chance. If you really believe chances instead of opportunities, I suggest you go to embrace C#. But this is a gambling. If C# is successful in the market, you may be a pioneer and you may occupy a first position if you are lucky. However, if C# fails in the marketing like JINI, you will be a complete loser.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞