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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.





Welcome to the community @surbhi nahta 

Please note that this community is specifically related to Atlassian and Atlassian Marketplace products.

Try to limit your posts related to these.

However, to still answer your query:

You can not learn programming by joining any classes. You can learn only by coding and a lot of coding. There are plenty of resources already available online using which you can get basic learning of Java. The next step in learning is to practice and code as much as you can.

Instead of joining any java classes, try finding an internship where you can learn as well as work in actual projects.

Pune has a large number of S/w development companies and you can get internship opportunities if you will try hard.

All the best and keep learning :-)

yes, deepanshu i agreed with you. I Want to add some points over here that is, if any one wants learn java basic then you can go for offline platform means classes.

which give you classroom training because, what happens when you go for online platform you get the thing which you want proper but you cant able to do it(practice it) properly. If you want to learn coding then you need to do practice more than you learn. this is only possible at classroom training course because you can ask your queries directly and instantly you get the answer so,

i will suggest you go for best java training course of pune.

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