Java or C#... i don't know what to use

@lady1993 (20427)
Philippines
March 10, 2013 3:01am CST
In our research, we will later on develop a software, but i am confused which language to use. i have read many boards about it and even asked my friends but it even got me more confused. Both of them had good and bad sides, and strengths that make them good to use.. but which do you think is easier to use and has everything, design, testing, etc.. ?
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• New York, New York
20 Feb 14
This Post is very informative. It helps me a lot about the Software Development. Thank you for sharing this post.
• New York, New York
20 Feb 14
I thinks you should write more on this topic. An interesting discussion is worth comment.
@cafeing (15)
• China
17 Jun 13
use java normally
• Philippines
12 Mar 13
As you said, both of them have their pros and cons. But depending on your project, one can be suitable. if your project is more on visual or more on application type, i would suggest that you use Java since it is easier to use for this type of project. But if your project. is more on firmware type, i would suggest you use C#. It is better to manage memory management using C#.
@Jotomy (6351)
• India
12 Mar 13
Hi lady1993, i like java to use, since it has many features. I feel it is a comfortable language to use it. Most of the sites will with java alone. Try java.
@dandan07 (1908)
• China
10 Mar 13
Java is the most popular language today. If you use the java language, your design can run on many machines, the PC, the cellphone and pad. But it seems impossible for java language to visit hardware directly, which means it will take more time to run the program. While C# means a bit on the hardware visiting, but hard to develop a custom interface.
@jiiiiin (569)
• Philippines
10 Mar 13
Try to use the programming language you know more so that you easily create the program you are targetting.
• Philippines
10 Mar 13
If you're going to ask me what kind of programming language to use, I would prefer using C#. It's much easier and user friendly. The very basic you have to consider is the basic knowledge with C and C++. But if you don't know that, much better to choose Java programming since it has no prerequisite language you have to consider. Once you started Java, skills is just continuing.
@Sir_bobby88 (8244)
• Singapore
10 Mar 13
Depending which one you are more comfortable with ? Java is the most common application programming language in the industry . If you are developing a product for the industry, i think the best to choose would be Java
@natliegleb (5184)
• India
10 Mar 13
well you just need to research a bit before you can use them and most importantly which is your favorite fortay?