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What can I do with Java after learning it?? Other than Android development?

Looking at the next 15-20 years, what is the future of this language?? Is it a dying language or it can be useful for next 20 years. I want to know....

1/9/2019 1:08:11 PM

Ayush Sinha

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Java is not dying, java is the most powerful language last 15 years. Java is oop, you can use it also as functional. Java has the most support and libraries. With java you can make graphics, games, AI, Machine learning projects. Java is the most wanted outthere for jobs. Its a bit difficult for beginners but recommended in my opinion. You need at least 2 years of full time coding to learn java. After that, you need 2 years more to learn graphics with java. You can avoid graphics of course if you dont need them. The steps to master java are: 1. Find a good e-book for java and start reading. 2. Download a java ide, netbeans, intellij, eclipse etc and start code the book examples. 3. Start to solve your problems, imagine a problem and solve it. Sololearn has many examples to solve. 4.Save your codes as portfolio and try to code everyday even if its 10 minutes per day. 5. When you finish the first book, find another more advanced and start again from step 1. 6. Dont forget to use your weapons: internet.

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Java’s presence is everywhere and in every technology such as supercomputers, gaming console, mobile phones etc. and when it comes to using java in the services like banking services, big data solutions, financial services, stock market, retail, scientific & research community and even used in the Android phone for the application to be written in or for its API to use.Java is a tool, helping to implement lots of computer science fundamentals. In computer science domain - Future is not any language. It’s all about the data models, algorithms, patterns, intuition and maths.

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Java is everywhere. you can develop Java GUI (desktop application) as platform independent, Java is also used in Web technologies Like JSP and its powerful frameworks Like(spring, Hibernate, Maven, Jdb etc..) One can create Application for Windows os, MAC os and for others also.. Upvote for help Others

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• 10 Tools Java Developers Should Learn in 2019! ;) https://dzone.com/articles/10-tools-java-developers-should-learn-in-2019

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You can develop different applications using java such as: - Android - Web - Desktop - Games and so much more.

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➝ Choosing the right path purely based on your interest.😊👍 • Advance Java In advance java, you will learn important concepts like: Java Servlets, JSPs, Java Mail API, Socket Programming in Java, Database connectivity, Struts, Hibernate, J2EE. This will be your next step as advanced programmer in Java language. ** Java Vs Android ** https://www.quora.com/Should-I-go-for-Android-or-advance-Java-after-learning-core-Java

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You can also create java powerd web application using JSP, there are lot of frameworks available spring MVC framework, Hibernate etc

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About everything except creating operating systems of course for obvious reasons

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r f 👍😊 Programming always has a perspective, there are a large number of programming languages ​​waiting to use their potential! ❄☃🏂☃❄ So, we can always find something for ourselves and choose where we want to continue. 😉🍻

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It can be anything but a dying language.

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Java frames

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My current job is Java server side development. Get up to speed on frameworks like Spring and there is plenty of work out there.

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U can use to develop computer applications,games etc.

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You can make apps like Minecraft. Minecraft was coded in Java

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Everything except creating operating systems of course for certain reasons

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Java is used for games, apps and is widely used for AI. Useful for almost, if not all, OS.

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Java Language is the best language. Java is not dying

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Java → was born 1995 → is plattform independant (you need a JVM) → is object oriented → android applications are written in java ... As this is a matter of speculation and opinion one can only take a look at trends in the relevant fields, mostover economy and entertainment (imho) to answer this question. Economy wants to save money and time. Java has the advantage that it has been around for a while and it is easy to find someone who can code it. Moreover, Object Orientation is the way to go when you deal with business data. The big wave Java is riding is called Android. There are countless 'smart' devices Android runs on, including but not limited to phones, cars and entertainment systems. You can expect Java to stay around for another 25 years. In any case it is worth learning it as it brings together traditional c syntax and feeling and powerfull object orientation concepts that enjoy growing popularity.

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Thank you so much guys. For helping me. 😄😄😄

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r f Necessity is the mother of all invention including in the case of Java also. if Oracle stop providing free JDK then any Other technologies definitely takes place of Jave. Hope it Helps..