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Miljan Puletic
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This is not a code-related question but rather what to do next.

I`ve been studying Java from Stanfords lectures channel and studying from the book The Art and Science of Java by Eric Roberts. I have been studying it thoroughly for well almost five months (I know it`s super small amount of time...) beside that I have been doing homeworks and all other necessary assignments (for instance we have made the Breakout game) with complete understanding of what had been asked. I did my best and I`ve learned a lot! Now I understand the concepts, but I am not sure in myself in the sense whether I am good enough to start implementing that learned knowledge into something useful such as building mobile apps. My goal is to learn Java just enough so that some company would take me as an (unpaid) intern. How to scale my knowledge ? What should I learn next ? How to determine how far I am from junior position ? 


 
Campbell Ritchie
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Please search this forum and this one for similar questions because many people ask the same thing.
What would you like to program? What would you like to do? Do any of your friends need any programming? Membership of the football club? Database of their CDs? Supporters of a local society or charity? But beware of anything put out on the net, because security is difficult.
Beware of working unpaid; “the workman is worth of his hire”.

Other people will also have suggestions, I am sure.
 
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