Other technologies for Mainframer

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I am working as a developer in Mainframe technology since last 2.5 years. I want to learn new twchnology. I have heared that learning java can help me as it's used at font end and mainframe at back end. I also came to know learning hadoop is also good option for mainframer. Can you please recommend which technology should I prefer so that it will provide me good opportunities in future?

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  • Kevin Beaver
    It sounds like you're on the right track with Java and Hadoop. Microsoft's .NET technology (C#) is widely used as well so that may be another option. I'd recommend spending some time at your local bookstore browsing books and magazine on these technologies to see what seems to be the most interesting.
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