Tone Stacks wrote:I've been reading "Head First Java" to bring myself up to speed with the concepts, syntax, and usage of Java. Its comming pretty easy thus far. However, I'm seeking all and any advice/recommendation regarding the necessary steps to progressively attain knowledge and experience. Ex: What type of applications should a greenhorn strive to achieve. What distinguishes a green horn from an intermediate, or expert. What skills are consistently in demand? (I work alot in Finance and live in NYC). What will make me more marketable. What other languages should I consider? And any other bit of advice that may be deemed notable will be appreciated.
Tone Stacks wrote:I've been reading "Head First Java"
Jimmy Clark wrote:Tone, the FpML is a data language only. What type of software applications exist for processing this type of data? Are they written in Java? Do you think that you could work on these applications without deeply understanding the FpML?
Luke Kolin wrote:
I think there are better ways to learn java than a niche data exchange format, and an almost $1000 course that you're advertising, but that's just me.