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Hi all

Eventhough i am not new to JAVA,I feel I lost the touch in programming.I am employed now in a company.But i am not given any coding project till now .In order to excel my skills in concept of java,I bought a Head First JAVA last week.Can any one tell how many days it'll take to complete the bible of JAVA?I am reading 1.5 hrs a day now.Is it enoug or should i extend my timing?

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Well reading the book doesn't take that long but mastering Java will take very long and can't be learned from a book but must be practised, practised and practised.
 
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