Hi everyone... I'm a communication system engineering student and in my university we use studying Java. Now, for this summer, when I ll have free time, I was thinking about doing some practice with programming and maybe studying a new language, such C++( it s still a widesprrad language and I think Id like the freedom it gives you) . The problem I want to ask is, is it convenient( in terms of job opportunities), to learn java and c++ or only doing good java programming would be enough?? Are there many entry level jobs out there as java may have, or given it s a though language, employers will just require you more experience? P.s.I d like to work in the field od medical imaging in the future, where c++ is very used too, although I need experience working with other companies before.