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iam very confused

 
saied ims
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iam a new in java but i have a excellent over veiw , now i intend to study it but in center, but i feel that i can handle it in my self study can i do it ?? or i will be a less trust or i will need some experince taking that iam a computer engineer ,,,,,iam realy confused i wanna be a pro in it (iam reading now SAms 21 days java 2 ),and another books so is that can be enough to get a good job
 
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Reading the SAMS book is a good start. If you have any questions, feel free to post them here.

Good luck.
 
saied ims
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thanks rayan but it is good start but what is after that ............
 
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Originally posted by saied ims:
thanks rayan but it is good start but what is after that ............


That depends on what you want to do. If you would like to learn about web applications, that is one path. Perhaps you would like to concentrate on standalone GUI applications.

What interests you? Or what do you want to get a job doing? What are companies in your area doing?

Ryan
 
saied ims
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iam interested in standalone GUI applications,and i hope to every thing about it ...so please rayan advice me
 
Abdulla Mamuwala
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You can give the Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) test. That might prove to be a good foundation to start with.
 
Jeroen Wenting
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mature a bit, learn to write properly (spelling, grammar), and above all don't think that that book will make you a professional as it won't.

There's a lot of resources on the web (including this very site) that will give you more information, learn to find and use those resources.

Doing your own research is an important part of being a professional, so start it now.
 
Satish Kumar
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Refer to this for JAVA CONCEPTS
http://mindprod.com/jgloss/jgloss.html
 
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