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Hi,
 
I am having more than 5+ years of experience in VC++, MFC. Then I shifted to Objective C for iPhone app development. As there are no such big projects similar to VC++, what I believe that future of iPhone is not bright. Similarly even Microsoft also shifting towards C# I want my future in C#.
 
For that what should I learn and make a bright future?
 
I have completed basic of C# but I don't have projects in C#.
So anyone clarify which one is better in C#: WCF or WPF or WWF or ASP.NET
Posted 15-Jun-12 0:13am

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There is no "better" here - they are different things, for different purposes, related only by the use of .NET (and hence C#).
 
WCF is about communications, with no user interface, WPF is about prettiness on the desktop, ASP.NET is about websites and talking to browsers.
 
What you learn will depend on what you are going to do with them!
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Himanshu Rana at 15-Jun-12 5:23am
   
Hi,
 
Thanks for quick reply. But I have one more question. where I have more opportunities and better pay in .NET(WCF, WPF, WWF or ASP.NET)?
OriginalGriff at 15-Jun-12 5:27am
   
Depends on your abilities and country of residence.
I would suggest that you ask that in the General Indian Topics forum - people there will have a more focussed idea of local conditions.
http://www.codeproject.com/Forums/1580229/General-Indian-Topics.aspx

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