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    Quote Originally Posted by sunde887 View Post
    "can't tell if trolling, or just stupid"
    Yep, that's it in a nutshell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrylBurke View Post
    You don't know the first thing about learning. Which would help you learn something of automobile engineering?
    -- my present car, which runs for months without so much as opening the bonnet,
    -- my first car, which leaked oil and water, tended dangerously toward brake failure and had some sort of breakdown every week or so

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    of course i agree with you bro , but it will take so many days to clear the error ..... ok buddy i take your valuable advice .

    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post
    Reading this thread is kind of like watching a train wreck occur in slow motion. I can't believe that the original poster is serious in his obviously impossible intent and can only surmise that he is trolling us all. I vote that we lock this thread and end this foolishness.
    Quote Originally Posted by sunde887 View Post
    It makes the fry meme(hence my avatar), ring in my head.

    "can't tell if trolling, or just stupid"

    Which I know is mean if he isn't trolling, but to expect to fake his way into a job is absurd, regardless of financial situations, you shouldn't try to trick employers because they will quickly see(or should quickly see it) incompetency.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post
    Yep, that's it in a nutshell.
    i am not trolling here , my situation made me stupid . thanks all for your help .

    MOD: please close this thread

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    Unfortunately, the only true way to become an experienced programmer is to take the time and learn it correctly. Which is no simple feat, and financial problems will certainly make it even more difficult. Getting a job deceitfully however; is not fair to you, the company that has the misfortune of hiring you, any projects that are created or worked on by someone inexperienced, and to other prospective employees who may really understand concepts.

    Not knowing your financial problems it's hard to say but perhaps taking a lesser job and studying the material will prove worthwhile(but exceedingly difficult I'm sure).
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunde887 View Post
    Unfortunately, the only true way to become an experienced programmer is to take the time and learn it correctly. Which is no simple feat, and financial problems will certainly make it even more difficult. Getting a job deceitfully however; is not fair to you, the company that has the misfortune of hiring you, any projects that are created or worked on by someone inexperienced, and to other prospective employees who may really understand concepts.

    Not knowing your financial problems it's hard to say but perhaps taking a lesser job and studying the material will prove worthwhile(but exceedingly difficult I'm sure).
    yes bro , you are right , getting a job deceitfully is not good . Now i have changed my mind to learn java step by step , but now for finance i want a simple job , so can you please tell me any online job or any other job?so that i can earn , and then parallel y i can learn java more in deeper manner ...

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    A lot of kids manage to get a job in a call center. Why don't you try that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrylBurke View Post
    A lot of kids manage to get a job in a call center. Why don't you try that?

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    DarrylBurke ,

    I am not good at English fluency buddy :( , i tried lot of call centers , but didn't get job . Since i am engineering graduate , they all say to try job in I.T company buddy , what can i do , any i am keep on trying :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrylBurke View Post
    A lot of kids manage to get a job in a call center. Why don't you try that?

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    DarrylBurke ,

    I am not good at English fluency buddy :( , i tried lot of call centers , but didn't get job . Since i am engineering graduate , they all say to try job in I.T company buddy , what can i do , anyway i am keep on trying it :) . if there is any online job or programming oriented job like , assisting any coder ext will be good buddy
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    I'm wondering, what kind of engineering degree did you get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunde887 View Post
    I'm wondering, what kind of engineering degree did you get?
    English is not native language in our place , so we are quite weak in English fluency . I got computer science engg degree , but we all study only for marks buddy :( , here our education system is very worst , practical is less than theory :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolforyou View Post
    ...I got computer science engg degree , but we all study only for marks buddy :( , here our education system is very worst , practical is less than theory :(
    But fortunately you have access to the internet with all of its wondrous resources and can use it to learn programming on your own. I think I speak for most here in saying that's how most of us learned to code in Java.

    Don't give up, keep on learning, keep on improving.

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    That's a shame that they only teach your the theories, mind if I ask what country?

    Maybe some good books will be helpful to you? TAOCP and SICP come to mind, both come to mind but are pretty hard. Unfortunately you will have to just read the source and see how well you can understand what's going on. Try to find a program you like and see if you can view the source code and see what you can understand(currently I'm trying to read the code for notepad++ since it's what I do all my coding in, and I must admit, it's pretty hard to understand. I'm also reading the source for a programming language(which is also over my head)).


    Did you do projects in college? Try doing some now, the more challenging the better(work within your limits however).

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolforyou View Post
    practical is less than theory :(
    A lot of companies prefer a theoretical attitude more than a 'monkey see, monkey do' attitude, but it all depends ...

    kind regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fubarable View Post
    But fortunately you have access to the internet with all of its wondrous resources and can use it to learn programming on your own. I think I speak for most here in saying that's how most of us learned to code in Java.

    Don't give up, keep on learning, keep on improving.
    Yes Fubarable , i have landed in the good place (our forum), so that i can learn lot more about java from ground . sure , i will be a good member in learning java and helping other like you all did and improved your java coding skill .

    Quote Originally Posted by sunde887 View Post
    That's a shame that they only teach your the theories, mind if I ask what country?

    Maybe some good books will be helpful to you? TAOCP and SICP come to mind, both come to mind but are pretty hard. Unfortunately you will have to just read the source and see how well you can understand what's going on. Try to find a program you like and see if you can view the source code and see what you can understand(currently I'm trying to read the code for notepad++ since it's what I do all my coding in, and I must admit, it's pretty hard to understand. I'm also reading the source for a programming language(which is also over my head)).


    Did you do projects in college? Try doing some now, the more challenging the better(work within your limits however).
    sorry buddy , that will be insult for my country . what to do we are poor country , and here we don't have good teachers and universities :(

    sure i will try to read these books "TAOCP and SICP" . thank a lot for your tips dude .

    yes i heard some one in this forum giving tips for beginner to code a notepad, which will cover many things in java :) , sure i will also try to view the source code of notepad++

    Congratz , hope you will soon create a programming language on your own :)

    Quote Originally Posted by JosAH View Post
    A lot of companies prefer a theoretical attitude more than a 'monkey see, monkey do' attitude, but it all depends ...

    kind regards,

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    yes JosAH , many I.T companies in my place are teaching only the theories and the short cuts to do all the things , exactly like "monkey see, monkey do " an mimicry process , and so most of the employees are not choosing programming and they jump onto testing, crystal reports and webi reports ext . choosing programming is very rare . :(
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