Oracle vs Java programming

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Which is better Oracle or Java? I have a interest in programming. What should I learn?

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Oracle is database administration, and Java is a mainstream programming language. Java is the better choice if you want to be a programmer.

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Oracle is in fact more than a database. They have many products including the database, development tools, application server, virtualization software, etc…but anyway, you can’t compare it to Java. They are different things.

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  • 12131
    Which one has more scope???
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Both have well reputations in job market and on high demand, if you are a master in any one. Obviously, it is your choice that, you feel comfortable to learn which one. If you are a database-centric go for Oracle, if you programming-centric go for Java. But try to earn a solid knowledge on nay one.
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  • ToddN2000
    Java may provide more of a variety in employment opportunities.
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  • ToddN2000
    As an example. In my last 3 companies they used Java code a lot. I'm a VB.NET and HTML developer. I do work with others in these companies. Not one of the three used Oracle. It could be due to company size, business type and region of the country.
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