- Advantages Of Learning Java: Why Is JAVA Easier To Learn Than Other Programming Languages?
- Advantages Of Learning Java: What To Gain From JAVA Programming?
Lots of free JAVA content available
JAVA has spread since his initial release back in 1995 all over the world and since his free use been used in many different projects. When installing the latest JAVA version, you always get to see the slogan “3 billion devices run JAVA”:
This reflects in the amount of content that is available for it. This can get relevant if you are searching for some code examples, other code to use, tutorials, explanations, … To sum it up short: If you need help in JAVA, you’ll have good chances of getting it somewhere! Sometimes it might just only be a little overwhelming – to not get lost in the possibilities you really have to know what you’re looking for 😉
Value Of JAVA For Business & Your Personal Use
JAVA is regularly ranked high in programming languages top lists. A web search on google on “Most popular coding languages of 2018” leads to the following results, in no particular order (source: https://usersnap.com/blog/programming-languages-2018/):
- Ruby on Rails
But there’s also much to gain from JAVA for your personal use. If you manage to get the basics once – which I’m all going to cover in this series – you can relatively easy code some projects in short amount of time that fit to your needs. Because of the enormous source codes available already, you can also use other code relatively easy and if you understand how integrate them most of the time into your own projects. You can also use, review and collaborate with other people on code using Maven and Github.
There’s even more to JAVA
So even if you know a bit about JAVA and are not a complete beginner, this series might get you some new insights or inspiration what you can else all do with JAVA!
We’ll get there step by step. I’m trying to give a short description on every step. If you’re new to programming: Don’t worry! My plan is to show you how to install everything you need and then show you simple examples that you can easily change to get first nice results.
In the next chapter of this series I will show how to download the Java Developement Kit (JDK) and install it, to get your environment ready to work with JAVA.
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