A year ago, has been studying hard java. Writing small programs and doing various tasks. Studied in parallel to Android yet, according to him, even wrote a couple programs for people. Then I had to freeze learning java(So periodically I read some articles on it ). Because of life circumstances I was not able to try yourself in the role of java programmer, then. But the desire to become all I have left, so I decided to reach the end.
Fundamentals of the java I know and not like a novice(in the outline), you need to pull up threads and patterns, and to refresh knowledge in General. How better to do it in a crimped time(3-6 months)? In the Internet many courses on java with internship, maybe someone knows a really worthwhile course? And really there after they get a job? Is there any sense to bother with them?
reginald.Conroy answered on August 23rd 19 at 10:54
Let's start with the fact that any courses this is nothing more than one of the many ways to "honest obtaining money from the population". In the real world training does not provide any knowledge, and employers know it. Start with the fact that you put your knowledge to what you're doing, if possible. If you work in the office and on the construction site, or a plumber to do it will be difficult, but also possible, speak to your master he may then need to program at work. Otherwise look for a part time job on fries services.
If you're not Hiking in the offices to offer their services, even free, but don't sign any contracts and agreements then you have retained a legal right to anything you szelesi
Tommie.Hau answered on August 23rd 19 at 10:56
Write your own draft, it will give you both the necessary knowledge and the repository with your code on GitHub (and employers today look first there).
The project can be anything: a small game application for the Android platform, the backend for the service, in General anything.
garfield_Keebl answered on August 23rd 19 at 10:58
What city are you from? Large firms often have programs schools/internship with possibility of employment.