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    Default hi guys , hope all are fine , help me please

    hi guys ,

    Actually i am still learning core java , so my doubt is

    1. Since i am just in core java level . shall i learn from backward ?

    i mean learning all the advance technology in java, and learning how the real time java projects are done, and learning the struts , hibernate , jsp , weblogic ext first and then coming to core java ?

    it sounds soo crazy but is there any possible ways to learn like that ? or at least shall i learn advance java and core java simultaneously ?

    because i could not even guess how the real world java project is done and i could not tell to any one that i am computer science engineering student . I am not getting any job any where without the real time advance knowledge in java ,but my friend just learn t some basic things in .NET and he got job . so help me guys in guiding me in a right path

    and help me in suggesting some available books for learning "how the real world java project is done? including the steps involve in creating a real time java project " ...thanks in advance guys ... waiting for your precious suggestion

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    I think it's safe to say learning core before advanced is a good decision. You can think of many other things, doing the advanced stuff is possible, but not smart. Would you want someone who knows nothing about the basics of carpentry to build your house? Would you bet on the fat slob who knows the advanced boxing techniques in a match against a professional boxer? I wouldn't.

    Luckily, learning the core language really shouldn't take you long if you apply yourself. Maybe 3-7 months depending on how much you practice/study.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunde887 View Post
    I think it's safe to say learning core before advanced is a good decision. You can think of many other things, doing the advanced stuff is possible, but not smart. Would you want someone who knows nothing about the basics of carpentry to build your house? Would you bet on the fat slob who knows the advanced boxing techniques in a match against a professional boxer? I wouldn't.

    Luckily, learning the core language really shouldn't take you long if you apply yourself. Maybe 3-7 months depending on how much you practice/study.

    thank you very much for your immediate reply my dear friend ,

    Yes of course you are correct sunde887 , i felt exactly like what you said and started learning core java before one month , but to be frank with you ,daily i can learn only two to three pages per day with full clear understanding ,and with some coding implementation , because first thing i am new to coding ,and i am quite weak in english , i can understand the line in book only when i read it twice or tires .

    So can i learn both core java and advance technology simultaneously ? ? is it possible to learn like that ? please help me bro .... thanks in advance

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