I am new to the forum. Sure I'll be active on it a lot. Just thought I would ask all you professional Java programmers. In September I started learning Java programming online using the Udemy website. It is a really good website to learn Java through video tutorials. I am learning so much everyday when I watch the videos and try to do my own code. Have created a few projects of my own already, very simple projects. But I'm proud of the progress I've made in such a short time. What I would like to know, is it possible for someone like me, to just start learning Java and to advance. Basically what I want to do is to be a full time Java programmer (years down the line) and I also want to get onto android development/Java gui developer. I am intending on taking the Oracle certified Java Programmer I exam in the first 6 months of next year, and hopefully I will pass. What would you say is a good timeframe to learn the basics of java, and then to keep advancing learning everything I want to learn to be able to make a career out of this. As I am deadly serious and passionate about this and really want to succeed.
Suggest me the best Java classes in Pune.
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