Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Why did you read a lot of Java Books ? Path to learning java programming.

A lot of people who come to me for Java Training at Java Sprint (A Java Training Institute) tell me that they have read a lot of books and material on internet and still they could not learn Java. There are only about 45 keywords in Java and very few concepts that are basic. So, it should not be as difficult to learn Java as people feel it to be.

Take the following steps for self Java Training:

1. Firstly, try and get to a point where you understand "The difference between a Class and a Object". For that try some examples where you create few classes and their objects and call methods on objects.

2. Now try to get to the next level, where you understand "Inheritance and Association". These are the only two relations possible between different classes in a java application. These are sometimes also referred as "Is a and Has a" relation respectively.

3. Next try to get to the third level, where you can do "Object Oriented Way of Programming". For this try and understand Polymorphism, Encapsulation, and the keywords: static, final, public, protected, private.

Once you reach this level you would be a lot more confident with Java. And if you had been hating it, now you might start liking it ! Yeah! Happy programming :)

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