Developing software involves a lot of decision-making. And choosing the right technology is one of the most challenging choices both CTOs and product owners have to face.

The task is even harder when you go read articles or browse IT communities. Developers are just too eager to defend their preferred technology and the war has no end. While one developer will find thousands of cons in their technology, the other will ignore them completely and provide a list of disadvantages.

We want to create the least subjective overview of technologies. We have already discussed Java vs Kotlin and Java vs PHP.

Today, Java is about to take part in the battle of frameworks. The ultimate question of whether .NET or Java is more fitting for software development will be discussed today.

If you are a business owner who decides on what developers to hire for the next project or a developer who can not decide what technology to learn, keep reading and find out:

  • What is Java?
  • What is .NET?
  • Why are they compared?
  • Pros and cons of both technologies
  • What are their areas of usage?

We do not have an answer to the question of which technology is better because they both have their advantages and disadvantages. There are no better or worse technologies in software development overall. There are just more fitting ones.

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.NET vs Java: Which Technology Is Better For Software Development?
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