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harshitha Venkat
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Hello everyone ,

I m a new member for this forum and this is my first post .
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Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to the Ranch
Have you got a particular question?
harshitha Venkat
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch
Have you got a particular question?


I have attended interviews only turning out to be a disaster to me.I am currently looking for a job in java field and have no experience I finished my graduation 2yrs back very worried about my future career.please suggest me how do I get experience and improve my java skills.
Jelle Klap
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harshitha Venkat wrote:
Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch
Have you got a particular question?


I have attended interviews only turning out to be a disaster to me.I am currently looking for a job in java field and have no experience I finished my graduation 2yrs back very worried about my future career.please suggest me how do I get experience and improve my java skills.


Start programming
There's really no two ways about it. You should get a good book on Java that will get you up to speed, but you'll have to start writing code to gain proficiency and experience.


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