Randy Maddocks wrote:
Salvin asked if perhaps your fear is related to something else. I think that is a good point. Sometimes the real reason behind our fear is something rooted deep in our subconscious, that we are unaware is even there, but which is affecting our ability to accomplish things. I am by no means an expert in psychology, but maybe take some time and ask yourself the questions like the ones Salvin included in his response to your post.
All the best.
Hi When I joined Java project long back 4 years back in Bangalore motivated by Javaranch and SCJP book, the team members there were not much friendly for each of my questions 'i WAS asked to search in Google'.. I was just aware of Core Java and suddenly I was told to work in SPring MVC for the existing applications.
This led to gazing to the monitor and being in other thoughts
or when troubleshooting one error ... while finding the solutions...I found that I have been lost what was the initial error for which I was troubleshooting
Initially at home i used to practise little bit of core java referring to SCJP books..but coming to a live project without training when I was thrown into Spring MVC and Database..it was kind of a cultural shock for me ...from that time it demotivated me and developed fear of programming...
Initially they were friendly when first joined,but there was a sudden change in their behaviour started being bit rude so that I can avoid them. I was bit offtrack because of such disturbance... Corporates should understand that such pretentious behavious should not be introduced else its impacts the employee within fills him with fear, makes him think twice before being open within colleagues in office.