which laguage is better as career development point of view asp.net or PHP
Prakash Jha 1 year ago
I am from India leaves in New Delhi.
also i'm a fresh engineering graduate in computer science now i'm working as a .net developer in a company and getting 10k rupees per month but here i'm not given work to do so i think here my skills are not developing.
now i have another offer from another company for PHP @12k and there they promise me to give lots of work.
Now the problem is i'm not able to decide what to do know i want to know if i work as a php developer what is my career development in terms of money.. like what i expect my salary after 1year.
from the two language which language is better to adopt in terms of Salary.
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