What's wrong with being a windows developer? The majority of enterprise systems are .NET. I know it's not the coolest thing, but I've been thinking of learning C# this year because there always seems to be very good paying jobs for it.
Nothing wrong with it at all. Many of my co-workers are .NET devs.
I actually think C# is a pretty nice language from what little I've done so far.
Idk why but I prefer c# over Java
I work as a Java dev for a mid sized company which uses all the oracle stuff.
My recommendation is stay away from oracle and have a good time :>
I like C#. I worked as a C++ developer for a long time and there is so much ceremony associated with C++ just to avoid wandering into the wrong bit of memory. Moving to C# was a relief. I followed that with a stint as a Java developer and found it a bit of a leap backwards although I did like Java enums. Now I can develop .NET Core on my MBP without having to boot a VM and deploy to docker. I'm currently looking at Elm for some frontend dev.
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