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Which technologies should i learn:
1: Open Source
2: Microsoft
3: Apple Technologies

Which have better scope in future and which should I go for and also please appropriate programming languages that are used in these technologies.

Thank You.
Posted 9-Jun-14 0:05am
Richard MacCutchan 9-Jun-14 5:40am
No one can tell you what the best technologies are for the future, any more than they can tell you about your life.
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No one knows the future. One thing we do know is that technology changes by leaps and bounds, as a result technology life cycle has shortened considerably. The key to survival is life-long learning.
Since you are a first year student, it is a good time to try out different technologies for different projects. Then you can decide for yourself which one suits you best. Most importantly, always do your best in whatever you are doing, no shortcut.
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Solution 1

Hello deep,
i have noticed that you have already asked about that kind of question before.
You are in first year of engineering so don't worry about future scope in languages,
I am suggesting you to concentrate towards your engineering subjects.

Just clear fundamentals of c language ,c++ logics, oops concepts and database queries.

All programming languages have bright scope in future for you. it depends what kind of logics you are implementing for programming and intrest of yours

and also read all solutions of your previous questions.. Smile | :)

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