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Hi All,

I recently job shift in Java. I have no previous coding experience. Whatever i learnt is learnt from this forum, some online notes and video tuorials. Now problem is, in my project all senior
are either left or moved to another dept. We are left with few junior developers and no one knows much. Our development manager doesn't anything about Java. He is not giving any
meaningful suggestions and also code reviews are worse.

I thought to left the organization but due to financial crises i can't move. I am trying to learn myself to improve further. Like i install findbugs , clear style plugins. Joined data structure
classes, reading online available tutorials for best practices. Any suggestion what else i do? I want to be better programmer and continuous starving for the same.
 
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Tushar, it seems that English is probably not your best language, so maybe tutorials in Hindi (is that what you speak best?) might help. I don't speak Hindi, so I can't be sure these are any good, but you might have a look at these videos. Also, if you have already looked at tutorials, then the next thing to do is pick small problems and start writing programs. Never write a program until after you can say, in some human language, what it is you want your program to do. But, there is no better way to learn to program than to write programs. Just start small, be sure you know what you want each program to do, and then make them work.

Best of luck. (शुभकामनाएँ।)
 
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Thanks Stevens.. I can understand English though i may be not very good in writing or speaking so video-tutorial in English is not an issue.
 
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