C# vs Java: Which One Is Better?



C# vs Java: Which One Is Better?

Did you know there’s a lot of factors and things that you’ll need to overcome to become a programmer that aren’t specifically related to coding?

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25 thoughts on “C# vs Java: Which One Is Better?

  1. Lol Java has the reputation on the Internet for being one of its first ever used languages known for being able to do just about anything at all in the computer industry, it was years ago the ground 0 platform with everything that had to be written in code into scripts and its commands, into functions, into codes, into sequences, into frames, into graphics, audio.
    You kids ever heard of or remember tapes before the VHS Tapes for your "BoomBox's" aka those held by the hand 20 LB 80's written onto cartridge tapes that were at the time the only ways to write sound onto anything able to render music?
    You remember the IBM DoS, The Nintendo NES, The Apple Lisa, The 2 strings and a can kids first ever talk to each other from a distance away for fun device that they created for silliness but didn't know that years later, it was an inspiration for audio transmitting, the machine cogs and over buildings roofing type pipes that blew smoke as hot as fire out of the chimneys type places were spooling factories for the people of the 1900's were created? You remember your parents proudest achievements being the handmade sweater, handmade blouse, curtains, skirts, shirts, ties, rugs, quilts, you remember the the man who dreamt of creating the "flying machine" aka the older times always believed in as something not possible at all to create dream a man put half of his life out to make before planes ever existed? the power generators that could only be powered by using a bike specifically attached to it so that when drove while its attached to the machine transmitted the energy machines cords and thus the energy was sent over and consumed as power that helped create frictions and the furnaces that needed coal for ships deep within the sea to have to generate heat so that algae, seaweed, grime, mortar, tar, swamp paste, mud, muck, gravel, graphite, coral, sea creatures, dirt, soil, dust, would not be engaged into the engines so that the propelling fans can keep the ship moving? you remember that back then they didn't have a heat engine though and were partially as old as the iconic arc of Noah's were we had people hoist ship sails, the ships had wedges made on the top with huge chunks of wood were shaped to be the oars people had to hand move back and forth as a team to make ships drift? the chamber scientists put Walter Disney in as he was dying? the black and white tape reels put together by hand flip book dozens of paper movements made continuous progress making scenes of the old Disney channel cartoons like Popeye, the Berenstein Bears bears, Donald Duck, Goofey's and daffy ducks original first ever castings of the looney toons which was not yet named looney toons?
    You remember the finger reel business phones that you can only dial from grinding your finger on a number all the way to the end of the phones number reel to enter it in type phones that didn't use area code phone digits in brackets yet type receivers and calling mechanisms that back then had someone called the "Operator" used to service thousands of people a day on the phone lines with? You remember the antenna on roofs with a circular plate original receivers of cable type mechanisms? the white chromic and more cube shaped like refrigerators that had wheels on the door parts instead of hinge opened levers? you remember the freshly delivered news papers and milk pitchers? the door's knobs tied to with pieces string also attached to kids loose tooth shutting ideas of tooth removal simply and quickly although painful original idea before the "dentistry's", the freshly delivered eggs on bikes or horse saddles type in boxes before holders, the foot in the mouth cure for choking before CPR or "doctors" were made? the tower conductors that were to harness energy from storms just like Thomas Edison's creation of the key tied to a kite attempt to catch lightning into idea as he was inventing the lightbulb? the bank leaflets and penny rolls? the Satanic pentagram prayed in circles with 2 perfectly drawn triangles within each-other pointed down and upwards between each-other with 5 white tall candles made fresh from extracted wax type prayer ritual circles that each end of the triangles points had candles placed on as you sat in the circles and the candles were lit? the kneeling of your knees planted on the ground with your arms spread out fully as well "mercy" pleaded for begging for forgiveness of kinds and queens, with guillotines for punishment old times killing punishments?
    If you don't know at least half of these things, welcome to the future, where your ancestors are not getting to live at least 100's anymore corona virus and wars still filled with times of sexism, racism, anti religious and atheism, protagonism and freedom of speech defied times were the terrorists are killing all gays, all disabled, disability born or having kids and elders, difference trying to make peace bringing special kinds of people that make the terrorists say before their killed that their families will be made slaves and the wives, daughters would be made on streets public prostitutes and whore houses.
    If you do know of half and even more of this stuff, save the earth, godbless your souls and god speed on your lives.

  2. I started off on C#, and picked up Java without hardly any effort at all.
    From an unbiased standpoint, I would recommend a beginner start with C#, simply for the fact it is an easier language than java to get into due to windows forms, unity uses C#, and you don't have to worry about folder hierarchies. Some may argue though that those aren't sufficient enough reasons to start with it over Java, though. Go with your gut, people. Don't get caught thinking about the long term on this one, because syntactically, and functionally, java & C# are nearly identical. Whenever you learn one thing in one of the languages, all you have to do is figure out what it's named as in the other, practically.

  3. Hello, this video helped a lot. However, I'm new to programming and I have an interest in BI or BA. I have little knowledge in SQL already. I was advised by a friend to also learn a backend programming language so I can code on the database at the backend. Which would you recommend between Java and C#, sir? …and why??

  4. It's one of those language vs vids that actually mean something because c# was literally created as a microsoft Java, deliberately entering a competition between two very similarly structured language

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