Java or Oracle

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Java vs Oracle
I'm a student and next semester we are going to have to choose between java and oracle i want to get good grades and i heard java is hard but I also admire everything about programming. I have knowledge of Visual Basic and little Java what should I choose...
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  • carlosdl
    By "Oracle" do you mean, the Oracle database?

    It really depends on what you would like to learn, and probably focus in the near future.

    The fact that something is hard should not be a factor to consider in your decision.  If you want to learn something, you will have to put the necessary effort.

    Would you prefer studying something you don't like, just because it is easy?  That doesn't sound like a smart strategy to me.

    Both are very interesting options, so it really depends on what you like or want to do.
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  • TheRealRaven
    Anonynous strangers on the Internet can't know what's best for you. We can give some points to consider.

    For example, Oracle is used in some fraction of companies just about anywhere in the world. Java can be used in just about any company anywhere, including those that use Oracle and those that don't. There's a somewhat wider world in Java.

    An initial goal of Java mastery may provide later access to the world of Oracle. Depending on what's available in your region, Oracle might have fewer good opportunities. Java may be a lifelong career or a stepping stone.

    It depends on your aptitudes and attitudes. It depends on what you want and like. And we can't guess any of that.
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