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Java Rules,who Thinks Otherwise?

O.K who thinks theres a programming language better than JAVA,tell me and i will change ur mind

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This thread is like this. . .

i've got a car (my first car), its a Honda. I know perfectly well what a honda feels like, but i see other brands of cars on the road, some just make me jealous, others make me proud. I dunno what these other cars feel like, i just go from 0 to 100 in 60secs saying, Honda is the best, who thinks otherwise.

Dudes, its plain silly. Use what works best for u. dont go hating on those using what u cant use.

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donkoleone,

I actually don't have a preference as I believe doing so would limit my marketability. Also, I am not a software developer but a web developer. If you were to put a gun to my head on this though, I would probably go for Java/JSP. My only reason though isn't based on anything convincing other than I have worked in a Java/JSP environment for over 90% of my career.

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I guess you guys are out of jobs, there's no better explanation why serious programmers would waste their time over silly topics.

There are lots of threads on this issue, besides I see no need for that. Learn & use something that will work for you and your target market (clients).

If you are a web developer, go for PHP and MYSQL. If you are a windows developer, then go for C# or VB.net. If you're somebody that works with different platforms, windows and linux then JAVA would be more appropriate.

NB: It doesn't hurt to know more than one language, you can decide to use everything if you're capable. Just don't start any more dumb threads like this again.

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Java is the only language, the others are pidgin.

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erlang:

Bin in production for about 20 years

Functional

Can do all the cool stuffs in a functional way (ErlyBank, ErlyDB, Mnesia, Mochiweb, rabbitMQ etc)

My most powerful language as of now is scala, scala took a lot of cues from erlang, the only reason I will chose scala over erlang is JVM, otherwise its erlang all the way

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kai, not another "Java vs." thread.

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