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Thread: New to Java

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    Default New to Java

    Hello Java World!

    My age is 36, I have done commerce graduation and I have learned c,c++ very long back, I have normal idea about programming. I was worked on programming VB6 also.

    Now, I am in a software company which is using more on Java. In that company I am working as system administrator. Since the opportunities are less administration side, we have very little room in administration, I think it is very difficult to grow in my company I wanted to learn Java, and work in same organization as a Java developer.

    Does commerce graduation sufficient to Join as java developer, (If learn very well in Java).

    Please advise and help me..

    Anil Kumar.

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    Default Re: New to Java

    Welcome to the Forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code correctly and other useful tips for newcomers.

    There are no requirements to join, all are welcome. Please don't start duplicate threads. One will do, 2 makes you a nuisance, 3 a spammer. All is forgiven.