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    .NET (out of those two)
  • 7
    Also .Net
  • 2
    LOL 😂 the religious question
    Ok - I like Java more but I also like C/C++ and I also have worked with .net. When someone requests it you can work with. I don’t find .net bad - but as I said I like Java more. But that’s more a matter of taste )).
    For me programming in general is fun.
  • 9
    "Would you like to be punched in the face or kicked in the testicles?"
  • 4
    Why not both?
  • 9
    .NET definitely.
  • 2
    They are tools, and you choose tool based on the job.
    Knife is a great tool, but you wouldn't chose it for woodcutting.
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    M: Both?
    T: Both?
    Together: Both!

    Guess the movie.
  • 5
    It’s subjective. .NET
  • 3
    apples or bananas?
  • 6
    .Net 100%
  • 6
    .NET, in my opinion. But I am biased.
  • 6
    .NET? In terms of framework? Or language? If language I'd expect C# or Java. I like both but I'm hardcore C#. I love the extensive and in general well documented .NET framework. Java is just as good however I dislike that lots of things are not in the standard Java SDK. Maybe that is changed, haven't been doing Java for quite some time so I don't know how it is now. So I'd go for C# on .NET!
  • 7
    I actually prefer .Net Core. I love the idea of .Net in docker.
  • 1
    Java, because Clojure.
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  • 5
    Nobody mentioned that .NET is a framework and Java is a programming language?
  • 1
    Man fuck .net
  • 3
    . Net 💯
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    .NET - though F# if I can get away with it.

    #NeverJava
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    @irene the road to el dorado ;)
  • 5
    And my old boss tried to keep me in a bankrupt shit not paying taxes company with the argument that Java world is better and more promising than .NET and as a developer I was going to have less opportunities if I choose .NET... Fuck him
  • 5
    It's 2018, is someone really doing Java on new projects? It needs to die.
  • 3
    @git-gud one day I'll find you... And I'll offer you a beer.
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    @dmonkey That is the day i will drink grapefruit soda.

    ...actually i drink grapefruit soda every day.
  • 1
    @irene There's also a lot of tutorials for jQuery, it doesn't mean that it's the right tool for the job anymore.
  • 1
    @irene No, Kotlin is the official language after 2017 IO. If Java was good enough it would still be here as #no1.

    Also typescript is not "better" than Javascript, this depends heavily on the project type, complexity and deadlines.
  • 1
    @irene For medium to large apps, sure. For small ones, no. Building portfolio for instance? No. If you have a short deadline for instance, typescript will make you develop at a significantly slower rate. It really depends on the case, there's no silver lining here.
  • 0
    @DanijelH I would not say significantlx slower rate. TypeScript saves you a lot of bugs with mistyping and other stuff.
    I use it for small to medium sized projects and I am faster and cleaner with TS than JS.
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    @DanijelH I bet kotlin is official language mainly because google had to pay oracle to use java in android
  • 0
    @irene if Jetbrains will ask for money because google used it without permission (I don't know if they have some agreement, or everybody can use it for free)
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