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    Hi All

    I have a 5 of experience on Testing, now i am wiling to Switch over to Java developer, I prepared my own, even though i wasn't thro' the Interviews.

    I don't where to start, but all i need is to be a java developer soon. I prepared thro' websites eventhough i am facing tough on Interviews.

    Coz i did black box testing only, i never touched a coding part thats y i guess.

    Can someone help me out, how to prepare?, where are all the important concepts that i have to be strong apart from OOPs concept, coz i felt Okay on that


    Thanks
    Ashwin.


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    Hello ash!

    I know some useful links to get you started off. For a sort of 'courselike' teach-it-yourself, Introduction to Computer Science using Java.

    Get familiar with The Java™ Tutorials because they are comonly linked and quite extensive. Then make sure you know how to read javadoc documentation, or Overview (Java Platform SE 6). After that you should be able to figure out pretty much whatever you need to know!

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    The only way to become a programmer is to write lots and lots of programs. You must make the mistakes everyone does in learning.
    You can't become a programmer by reading.

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