My name is Steven and I am a new user here on the Java ranch.
Stumble upon this forum a while ago when I first began to reveal the secrets of coding, however sadly I gave up way too quickly to my regret but now I am back with determination to educate myself and learn the mysteries of java.
Now I picked up a copy of "Head first java, second edition" and I am already deep in things, I have an education as a construction gardener, or landscape gardener? Anyway my pervious job was too care and build magnificent gardens, however my interest for technologies (Software and programming in particular) have driven me to take an education as an IT-supporter so I could learn the basics, now I am seeking an apprenticeship so I am very excited about that, anyway I wanted to introduce myself before I excuses myself as I have to get back into "Head First Java".
Hope you all have an amazing day/night/morning and happy coding!
I hope that you find the community here welcoming, knowledgeable and sharing.
Many people choose to start out with Head First Java, 2nd Edition and go on from there to solving more challenging problems while learning all the way.
There are plenty of people who are very well versed in Java and other technologies/computer languages.
Free to post your Java (and other) programming questions if/when you run into them.
However before posting, please search this site to see if the problem you are experiencing has already been solved.
I think that it always interesting to see where people come from before Java and/or programming.
I'm sure that landscaping is something that many people don't notice until it's done wrong or it's not there at all.
“The strongest of all warriors are these two — Time and Patience.” ― Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace
Yeah indeed, landscaping is not something most people have much interest in, most of the jobs we did was house owners who could n be bothered maintaining their gardens and then they would call my company to clean it out )
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