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What are the possibilities to develop best possible java knowledge and experience in a half year?

 
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I am actually a college student (until now get only 2 cources done) and working student and learn also for OCAJ SE8.
My goal is to do right things this year so that until autumn I will have the best possible java experience.
I plan to make one more university course with Java, start to work as a part time java programmer next month and maybe also begin to learn for next OCPJ exam.
Beside Java I must also do a CS cource (Theoretical CS, haskell and assembly - 10 ECTS), math (8 ects) and economic cources (12-18 ects) this summer.
There are also 2 different Java cources at my university, but if I do both I think it will consume very much time.
What would you recommend me to achieve the best results?
Thank you!
 
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Put what you have leaned so far into practice. Write more java code. pick a small project to work on.
 
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Great idea, thank you Joseph Mokenela

There is also an university course where I can develop a small game in a group with other students, do you think it is better as develope such project alone?
Also when I do not become any credits for this course?
 
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I would say, do it. Even if its not for credits, do it regardless. The lessons learned from that experience will be invaluable. It will also teach you how to work in a team...which is exactly what you will be doing in real world projects.
 
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