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Thread: Hi there!

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    Default Hi there!

    Hello, I am a graduate of a programming course but my work is in a different field. I want to pursue a career in programming so I want to learn advanced languages. I heard Java is one of the best so I am currently trying to learn it. If you want to give me tips on how to learn Java faster, please send me a message. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Hi there!

    Welcome!

    Faster than what? What's your schedule? What would you like to be able to do, and when would you like to be able to do it? What language(s) did you study in your programming course?

    There are no shortcuts to putting in the time and and effort it takes to learn something new, but we may be able to suggest resources that will move you in the right direction to your goals if we know where you're starting from and what your goals are.