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I just want to know how can I find a job related to java programming

 
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I am a tech support in china, but I don't like my job.
I wonder what is the path to a java programmer.
Any body can provide me a chance to have it become true?

I've read a lot in the past years about java.

Thanks alot.
 
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start by learning core java .
refer java links or scjp links in the forum for good books and tutorials.
to test what much have you studied..go for SCJP that will mend the holes in your concepts.
then you can move on either Advanced Java or J2EE as per your interest.

avi sinha
 
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