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Is it possible to learn JAVA without any tutor in 1 year spending 2 hours per day? If so, can you please share best sources?

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11th Oct 2017, 12:40 PM
Shohrux Umurzakov
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one of the best books for starting the Java life is Thinking in Java 4 edition. This will be a strong base for you.
12th Oct 2017, 7:25 PM
Ghena Ramascan
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yes yes ... its damm possible☺ //but for every doubt , u need someone to to explain u
11th Oct 2017, 1:16 PM
Gaurav Agrawal
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Yes!! By learning from online tutorials and need a book to gain extra knowledge.
13th Oct 2017, 2:20 AM
Mayank Sakhare
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It is all up to You.... there is and always will be something to learn Bro! every expert in the world has to learn, repeat, eat and sleep :)
12th Oct 2017, 7:37 PM
Jakub Dubański
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl-zzrqQoSE This is where I started. Bucky Roberts is one of the best, not only does he teach well, he also keeps it interesting with his wit. He also has a huge mastery of the lanuage.
12th Oct 2017, 11:04 AM
Nick Nderitu
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I learned java basics plus swing in about 2 months. This year (june&july). So One year is really enough. I am still learning though. As others have said, you cant be 100%. Build slowly by slowly on what u know. NB: Take every bug as a new lesson.
12th Oct 2017, 12:29 PM
Harold Peter Ssebetta
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thx Aditya Raj
12th Oct 2017, 12:54 PM
Miss Rashmi Lulla
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Yes,you can...it's so much time i suggest you study by "Introduction to java by liang"..it's very nice and complete book
11th Oct 2017, 3:33 PM
Ali Akbar Moeini
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Yes brother...you just need one thing and that is enthusiasm to learn and interest in JAVA...one thing I want to tell you is NO ONE CAN CLAIM that I know JAVA 100%...There are thousands of packages available in the market that you can use in your program.You can learn fundamentals of JAVA within 1-2 month then practice comes into the picture..More you code, more errors you get and when you start to solve those errors you will become JAVA developer...Best Of Luck for the Journey.. There are many courses available on Udacity as well as on Udemy you can start courses according to your Java knowledge level...
11th Oct 2017, 10:37 PM
Shalin Trambadia
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yes it is possible even I learned java without tutor and I scored 99% in my class some great source are sololearn as you know and other are www.udacity.com www.pluralsight.com download coursera from playstore it is also awesome hope it helped you best of luck!
12th Oct 2017, 5:45 AM
Aditya
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first 15 minutes mind concentrate 100%after that it will reduce concentration
11th Oct 2017, 1:03 PM
prashant vyas
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15 minutes break 15 break that's it
11th Oct 2017, 1:04 PM
prashant vyas
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you tube could help
11th Oct 2017, 3:53 PM
Anuraj Garhwal
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Yeap, it's almost enough
11th Oct 2017, 5:46 PM
Elnur Mammedov
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yes the more you write code the more you learn Spending time trying out code when you change one little thing helps you learn eventually you move into more topics
11th Oct 2017, 10:32 PM
Frank
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the best way to actually learn "how" it works is to work on a project.. do some dummy app or site. you can find any resources in the internet they are all good. there is also "stackoverflow.com" for questions about such.
12th Oct 2017, 1:17 PM
Minerva
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☺yes absolutely just go through it nd make some awsome programs😎
12th Oct 2017, 11:34 PM
Tauheed Ahmad Khan
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yes it is possible. I am the living proof of that. during study I had a java course, but couldnot even understand the first line of code: import java.awt. somehow I passed the java exam, and told myself, no programming for me, EVER. decades later and withbthe help of sololearn I have written hundreds of code by myself
12th Oct 2017, 2:14 PM
rja koi
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11th Oct 2017, 4:31 PM
Mason Neville
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thats why its called solo learn...their is always a possibility to teach self
12th Oct 2017, 8:11 PM
Android Boi
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