I want to work from home
Hi, I have some basic experience of the principles of object oriented programming and programmed a text rpg a few years ago in C++. I don't remember a thing. I have a few questions. Any advice GREATLY appreciated.
1- I want to work from home programming in java, is this possible? and where do I find work please? Odesk.com?
2- Should I learn C++ before java. Where should I start and are there any good books to read, like the best, for both. I have a college degree in art, I can't go back right now to school, can I still get hired?
3-Is there a specific area of Java programming that is most in demand so that I have a good chance of receiving a liveable income from programming (not rich just liveable, out of poverty). And how long do you think it would take to become good enough to get a job with programming in java please.
Thank you very much in advance for any help! Derek:)
What country are you from?
Sure you can work at home. if you had not good skills in this area you will have to hard learn first. Then you will be able to find some remote job.
But it is easiest case if you found some job in your cite and try to hire.
I am from the United states. In New Jersey, next to new york city. thank you.
Where did you work until it?
I have only done free websites for people in the past using a tiny bit of php, html, and css. I work in the security field right now and want to get out of it.
it is clear, You can start with book Head First Java. Then you need read few books about JEE and then you can find some remote job. Yes It is better resource odesk.com for it.
thank you! does that mean I should get my jobs through odesk? or did you mean I should find something better than odesk please? should I do craigslist ? or odesk mainly. thank you very much for your answers. you give me hope, as I have a disability and do not want to work in an office, I have to work from home. so thank you.
I mean that odesk is best resource for it. Sometime I get some projects there. My friends work there too. But for you is many useful if you start work in office. That way you can get more experiences then work at home.
How I understand you have native English and big plus for you. because many vacancy require a good communicate skills.
thank you so much Petr. that gives me a goal and something to hope for. thank you for answering my questions. Derek:D:D
if you read books about Java every day you would get good job a very soon.
Peter, I was wondering, I notice that the guys on odesk know many things. Where I will only know java. Do you think I could still get jobs or a job just knowing java? please
Yes Sure. You need know follows technology in Java.
Spring - widely frameworks for JEE
Hibernate - ORM tools.
That is all.
awesome Petr!! this is making me really happy. you made my day! are there any other books you recommend for learning these things please? that is my last question I think, thank you for helping me!!:D:D:D:D:D
You need read follows books in follows order:
Head First Java by Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates
Head First JSP and Servlet by Bryan Basham, Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates
Head First Design Pattern by ByEric T Freeman, Elisabeth Robson, Bert Bates, Kathy Sierra
Hibernate in Action by Christian Bauer and Gavin King
Srping in Action by Craig Walls and Ryan Breidenbach
I hope it helps for you.
great thank you very much for helping me. I will get those books and read them in the order you said. you helped me a LOT. thank you!! now I have to go and learn. YAY!!:D:D:D