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Hi Jeanney and Scott,

I am very interested to learn Java and do training as a java developer, at the moment I am wondering what are the most important concepts to master to become a junior java developer?

Many thanks in advance:)

Karem
 
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Karem Ortiz ,

The industries job requirements changed a lot and most of them expecting full stack developers.

You may still have a chance to get Junior Developer for desktop or mobile app developer (only core Java skills).

My advice:

Learn core Java Skills.
Try working with DevOps tools.
Learn the process concept like Agile.
Code and develop skills in JUnit and Selinium (basic concepts).

Best of luck!
 
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Karem,
I recommend looking at job listings where you live. Different regions expect different things in a junior developer.  That way you can see what to learn beyond core Java.

Also, create a github repo as you learn. That will give you something to talk about at an interview.
 
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Apart from what was already mentioned, I think having a good handle on multithreading will really help too! Not a lot of java developers around are comfortable with it.
 
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