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How to write software

 
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hi people i'm a newbie i have learned core java .If i want to build a software what are the other things i should learn from java.please take my question seriously
 
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What kind of software - desktop, web app, mobile, enterprise, something else?
 
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desktop and enterprise
 
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I suggest you to get well familiar with one technology, like android(complex but many jobs) or java swing(complex) or java ee(very complex and big).

The best way to practice is to work as freelancer. Take at first entry level jobs or one time project.

There is also big need for web scraping technologies like selenium, htmlunit, jsoup.

 
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desktop and enterprise


Java desktop apps these days would be built using JavaFX. While there is a certain need for that in large organizations for in-house apps, as far as the broader market is concerned, desktop Java is dead. So if you're planning on earning money with this, I advise to go for back-end and web technologies instead.
 
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Mark Spencers wrote:The best way to practice is to work as freelancer. Take at first entry level jobs or one time project.

Where can find those freelance ?
 
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Search on google freelancer's sites. Just type "work on java as freelancer"
 
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