Java or .net?

Discussion in 'Computer Forum' started by akkyy21, Aug 30, 2005.


Java or .Net?

  1. Java Technology

  2. .Net Technology

  1. akkyy21

    akkyy21 #%@!$&

    What do u guys root for?

    Java technology or .Net technology?

    I go for Java, since its platform independent. Also I havnt even smelled .Net as yet. If u guys find it better than java, pls state the reason for the same.

    I think, in Java u ca do whatever u wish to do in .Net, but in .Net u dont get the platform independency. So,...yeah Java rules i guess. Scrap in your thoughts guys.
  2. aysh

    aysh -|h3 ori9in4| (ui!aris-|-

    programming suxx dude .. :annoyed:
  3. zoomingrocket

    zoomingrocket TeChNiCaL AdMiNiStRaToR

    @akkyy: .NET Provides Platform Independency... but at a cost!
    Its a MIDDLE LEVEL Language.. for which other languages have to port changes to make them .NET compatible, wherein many key features of that language is lost!

    Hence, though .NET provides platform plus language coding independency, i feel its making other language weak in the process!

    The only reason why .NET platform would succeed is, the powerful suite of VISUAL Tools to develop programs faster!
    Remember VB 6? .NET is heading for similar success due to the powerful Visual IDE provided by Microsoft!

    But as a serious programmer, i would prefer JAVA!

  4. nik_bokacheley

    nik_bokacheley :help: I'm a mad :sadbye:

    I go for it sounds good..:)..And more over it has the facility of applets..:p:..And mobile games are developed in JAVA..!

    Pe@Ce 0uT!!:banana:
  5. akkyy21

    akkyy21 #%@!$&

    So,.... wats with IDE n Eclipse? Even they provide VB like environment to code,..dont they?
  6. zoomingrocket

    zoomingrocket TeChNiCaL AdMiNiStRaToR

    Yeah.. Eclipse, Sun Studio are cool JAVA IDE's...
    But you see... even after using those IDE's you have to write tonnes of code lines for JAVA...

    And what microsoft has crept inside programmers is the laziness through VB6!
    U hardly need to write any large codes while making programs in .NET!
    Nearly all GUI is handled by the IDE itself... leaving you to develop application super fast!

    But as I said.. a MIDDLE LEVEL language... wherein other languages are ported so as to be compatible with .NET Platform.. Hence, not robust enough.

  7. apurbajd

    apurbajd ~#$&*$@*^$

    Agree dude !!! Guyz,,,,,,, pls come up with better threads ..............
  8. akkyy21

    akkyy21 #%@!$&

    Y the fuk do u even care to look into computer section then,..... n u dont like it, ignore!!!
  9. haha lol akkyy
  10. ssslayer

    ssslayer Banned

    akky ... if u are planning to use it for GUI programming ... chuck the JAVA out ...

    it suxx ... of all the product that our company makes ... the one that uses Java for GUI suxxx ... it is as slow as dead man's prick ... and u gotta write miles of code to get small things done ...

    personally i feel VC++ and VB rulezz ... coz they make your job easy ... they allow u to use standard windows objects - better integration with existing windows software ...
    most of the job is being done on Windows ... for windows definitly Visuals rule ...
    if platform independece is your sole criteria ... go for Java ...
  11. akkyy21

    akkyy21 #%@!$&

    Man,... our course syllabus was updated this year, n guess what?? They have scraped out SDK MFC. Now wat else do we get to do in VC++. Though they have introduced .NET in the later part.
  12. ssslayer

    ssslayer Banned

    OK ... :grin: ...
    i just told ya what i saw in actual products ... initially i never knew about the performance issues ...
  13. akkyy21

    akkyy21 #%@!$&

    Yeah,.. k thnx man,.. i was just wonderin,... what if companies still want ppl workin in VC++, we r doomed then,.. hehe
  14. ssslayer

    ssslayer Banned

    we want ppl experienced in VC++ ... VB will add (only few modules are in VB)
    LOL we want ppl expericed in FORTRAN also (real program engine is built on it - but this is a specialist job - u need ta have a Doctorate in Computing) ...
  15. vipin_slash

    vipin_slash New Member

    Guys...Lets us Relax in this Guitar Forum, Yahan Bhi .Net aur JAVA...??? Anyways I Agree With ssslayer.
  16. ssslayer

    ssslayer Banned

    oye vipin yaar .. this is comp forum ... not a guitar forum ...
  17. light_of_erindi

    light_of_erindi New Member

    Personally....i think Middleware concept itself sucks the life out of ur PCs processing capabilitites....native rocks.....but if i had to wud be JAVA....cause i like coffee...:)
  18. Addy Pant

    Addy Pant Highway Star

    I'll vote for Java as it is more widely used.
  19. Addy Pant

    Addy Pant Highway Star

    Woah! Zero for .Net!
  20. abhay_saxena

    abhay_saxena Lord of the strings

    I personally prefer neither, I prefer my age old programming on gcc in linux. But if designing GUIs then, VC++ 6 provides a good GUI builder. Java is good too, they have improved a lot with Netbeans, but even then you have to write a lot of code in Java !

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