Mainframe or Java or .NET

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Which language is good in terms of work,onsite chances and in all other parameters as i am into syntel and they r telling me to choose or tossing coin method
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Which language is good in terms of work,onsite chances and in all other parameters
as i am into syntel and they r telling me to choose or tossing coin method


Okay ... so this is the silliest question I have heard in a GAZILLION seconds!!! Dude... first things first... there is no language called MAINFRAMES or .NET, and you just missed the other by a whisker. These are platforms used in the envisioning phase of a project to decide the architecture and design.

Second,
post your profile. If you are a mechanical engineeer, who knows squat, no need to embark on the journey of knowledge transfer

Third,
Mainframes has a lot of maintenance work, but it sustains a plethora of orgs today.
.NET and J2E are the platforms for integration. and design.

all have a bright career, if you know what you are doing.
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dablu, mainframe tech is now only offered by IBM. rest all is maintenance. .Net is the in thing now. all MS dev tools are now in . Net platform.

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Which language is good in terms of work,onsite chances and in all other parameters
as i am into syntel and they r telling me to choose or tossing coin method

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