What to do the future a java developer?

Imagine that you are now 16 years old. Summer, all exams, with study generally no problem. What were you doing the next couple of years, if you know what you want to become a java developer? No matter what you studied and what skills are trained(typing, English, etc.)?
March 19th 20 at 09:09
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March 19th 20 at 09:11
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March 19th 20 at 09:13
Learn how to find answers in Google.

Teach English.

Learn not to ask the typical questions that too many ready answers in Google - in Itsnow environment made to spend at least a few minutes searching for a ready answer, and only if not found - set it to the resource. If a man asks the typical questions - it looks lazy, stupid, incapable of minimal self-action. Relation to such polhoe.
March 19th 20 at 09:15
Imagine that you are now 16 years old. Summer, all exams, with study generally no problem. What were you doing the next couple of years, if you know what you want to become a java developer? No matter what you studied and what skills are trained(typing, English, etc.)?


I would chose the bike, friends, beer (not recommended), girls.

Typing with proper perseverance 2 weeks mastered (in Russian and in English). When restlessness for 2 months. I recommend "Solo on the keyboard" to start. And then go to VerseQ

English should be taught daily, though gradually, but daily.

And regular practice in programming in any universal programming language (Pascal, Go, Python, C#, C, C++, JavaScript, Dart, TypeScript, Kotlin, Java, Ruby). General principles there is still the same. It is difficult to study the algorithms/paradigms/patterns of language in the language again. A language to learn just (say, another programming language, Go, I learned in a week).
March 19th 20 at 09:17
Another question - how do you even know what you want to become a java developer th? At 16 I knew Pascal and Delphi a little. Wanted to be a programmer, Yes, but java? To understand this, it is necessary to try several languages and areas. 20 I got first job just in Java Enterprise and 8 months was enough for me to understand what to do I don't want (well, more like office is to blame, but osadochek remained). Then I seized the idea to write on the phone, and now I'm seventh year Android developer.

Typing and programming are not connected. In modern ides, we write code quite a few hands, everywhere autolookup, code generation, and shortcuts.
English is clearly needed.
Other skills - mathematics, physics. Go to a good UNIVERSITY, then it will be easier with basic knowledge. I'm stoked for CMC MSU.
March 19th 20 at 09:19
To score and go to work in a factory :-)

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