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Rd Dari
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Hi all,

I am new in java technology(but in actual not new I am using java above 2 years at home)but I get a right step(Job) in java last 3 months I heard about java a lot e.g. this is time taken and strong and so on...
But in actual I enter in Java Technology and in truly word I want to become a java developer which I have started 3 months ago before this time period I was so upset because I didn't get any job and so many reasons that I couldn't start my career in the right way...But now Ive choosen only java........


So please keep away my all confusion and give me some right tips which help in my focus.

First of all I want to flow of java learning and related all technologies e.g. I posted in the last post Java Beans I want to start learn java from the first step to refresh my all knowledge... by the way I am doing work on a live project but without deep knowlege I am facing so many problems and my boss expectiong from me a lot of knowledge..
But in actual what I am only I know but not he.....

So please help me .............

It will very appricatable ............
 
Torsten Oppermann
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I can strongly recommend going for a certification. You will learn so much about Java doing so.

However, i think its crucial for a Java Developer to be good in:

Object Oriented Programming
Collections
Generics
Design Patterns
Core API (I/O, String Manipulation, Concurrency etc...)
Java Swing
Exceptions

From there you have a good start to higher technologies
 
Rd Dari
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thanks for giving me right suggestion,but right now i cant think about certification....................
 
John Jai
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or just go for a book where the flow is already made. see book reviews ranch book review - java beginners
 
Torsten Oppermann
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regarding books i can highly recommend Bruce Eckel - Thinking in Java
 
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