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On becoming a professional java programmer

 
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Hello everyone.

I'm very eager to be a professional java programmer someday, just to be a junior developer at first will be a great start for me.
I graduated a 2 year course in Information Technology, and currently I am 1 and a half year away of graduating on my Secondary Education course.
My question is that, if I will apply to a java programming job, do I stand a better chance of getting such job? I mean, I only graduated a 2 year course in Information Technology,
and my 4 year course will be Education, which is, not-so related with a java programming job. Currently, I am doing my best to learn the ins and outs of java programming that is why I'd
wandered in this wonderful java forum.

Thank you for your kind replies!
 
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Start working on some self-taught Java tutorials & projects. This will you some hands-on experience & much needed confidence, which are 2 key ingredients for your career success.
 
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