I was asked here at work "how is your Java?". He answered that, they say, I pass exceptions, wrap, throw out, try-with-resources and all that. In response to this, I received the task: "dachshund question - you get an int array as input. Return only even numbers from the array and return it as a List"
Now we have started learning about Spring. The course is good, though rarely in places it is written terribly lazily and difficult. But in general, I did not regret that I studied on it. After 2 months, the end of the course and job search. I highly recommend it to anyone thinking of doing it. There really is a meaning. There is enough information even to become a middle, not like a junior. The main thing is to be persistent and not give up half way. Beaver everyone!
In November 2021, I thought about programming, before that I had no experience, from the word at all. The only thing at school was 5ki in kyubesik-everything.
I set a deadline of a week to decide on the language and the direction of the back or front. Having studied the vacancies, I decided to study Java. And then it began: schools, courses, etc. so much so that advertising then climbed from everywhere, after he began to go to everyone and study the training program.
Since he himself could not choose, "expensive mistake price" == time from 6 to 12 months + a bundle of money. I began to look for acquaintances who are in the "subject".
Thanks to the "eychar" wife, we found a colleague from an IT company, which recommended JavaRush.
From many hours of conversation, I heard something important for me: "The most prepared Juners come to social services."
Those who are from 0 have to work hard ... I just happen to be “plugged” for a day (and sometimes more) I can’t understand what’s going on, I start asking mentors, the community, videos, additional study materials and then bam, it came / cut through and went further, solve problems and pass lectures until you reach the next "barrier". There are topics that I do not fully perceive and I try to run them in practice.
In short, I believe that the walker will pass the road. I did not notice how 2.5 months have passed - the mood is without options - TO BECOME A PROGRAMMER. All good.
P.S. when you buy books, see what version of Java is in this publication, there is such a "junk", and pay 1.5-2.5k :)
This course is very different from the usual. I tried the regular one in August, but then a lot of work appeared: I overworked and could not start.
When I signed up for this course, many problems also arose: there was no time for studying. But the fact that there is a certain pace with which the group goes makes me catch up with the material and find the time.
And in general, the material is presented in a different way: all topics are in order, very thoughtfully, there are mentors who not only lecture the material, but always prompt. And the fact that I have the support of classmates who are ready to help, call, explain is worth a lot.
So far I have not come across topics that I cannot master, but I worry that this can happen, and the understanding that I have support, people who are trying to help me not be left alone with the problem, is very inspiring.
I'm delighted, great presentation, interesting. Lectures are watched in one breath. The teachers are great, the presentation is fun. For half of the 15th lecture, the mentor explained the intricacies of the internal classes to the student - he told everything wonderfully, right in all the details. Perfectly explains everything, on the fingers. Thanks again! I didn't notice how two hours flew by!
Quite a rich program, a lot of material. Especially for me, who was not previously familiar with programming, the lectures are very helpful in advancing.
Now it is assumed (as I understand it) that training will take place from the first module to the last.
Perhaps, in the future, consider the option of switching from an independent form of study with you to the current course? (with offset of the passed material according to the test results).
Tell me... with the tasks I plan to finish Java Multitrading + Java Collection on my own - all quests where there are tasks... So far, from the fully completed syntax and core...
Is it possible to go on a course at Java University not from the beginning, not for a year, but for how long it takes without re-passing the first two courses or 4x?
In general, you need to dive into Spring-Boot, but I understand that not everything can work out without the previous base ... I tried to read without tasks - somehow it’s hard to get into the terms and purposes of the bean, how to use them, how to configure.
I wanted to clarify whether it is possible to enroll in a course not from the first lecture, but for example from 12 and how to do this if I have already bought a year of the usual premium?
When is the next intake for Java University?