Which has more opportunity for entry-level people iOS Developers or Ruby on Rails Developers?

domero

I am looking to change careers. I want to have more opportunities available. I just wanted to know where to put my time, and money. There are 2ea schools I am interested in. I can only pick one skill set.

 

http://www.aboutobjects.com/ for ios development

http://www.pragmaticstudio.com/ for ruby on rails development or ios development

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jimlynch
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Hmm. Personally, I'd probably go with iOS. Apple is selling iPads, iPods and iPhones like hotcakes around the world. The user base is already huge and keeps growing by leaps and bounds. So I suspect you would do well if you decided to pick up those skill sets.

domero

You are correct! I have been pondering over it for a few weeks. I will take a chance and see where it goes.

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