How to Become a Java Programmer
Java is one of the most popular computer programming languages in the world. Given its dominant role in large enterprises and applications for the Android operating system, Java is likely to offer solid career prospects for programmers far into the future. This 100% online course begins with an introductory perspective as it provides an overview of advanced Java topics. Upon successful completion, you will be ready to enter the job market as an entry-level Java programmer. This course also provides the content and structure to help you learn other programming languages in the future.
Job Outlook for Java Programmer
Java Programmer FAQs
WHAT JOBS CAN I GET AS A JAVA PROGRAMMER?
Entry-level Java programmers often join development teams that design, create and test Java-based applications and solutions. As an entry-level programmer, your duties may include performing a needs analysis for a new project, helping teammates create the data and coding structures, writing modules, testing code and troubleshooting bugs. Most entry-level Java programmers begin as Junior Developers, Developers, Project Managers or Software Architects, depending on experience.
IS AN ONLINE COURSE USEFUL FOR BECOMING A JAVA PROGRAMMER?
Java is used by some of the most visible and prestigious enterprises in the world. While there are many Java tutorials online, completing a course from a recognized provider assures these high-level employers and project teams that you have undergone a challenging and organized study program with distinct objectives and competencies. A well-designed course features a solid conceptual framework that prepares you to program in Java now and to expand your skill base into advanced concepts and other languages later.
CAN JAVA PROGRAMMERS WORK REMOTELY?
Java programmers use digital devices and tools to create software, so they can easily work from home or from a remote office location. ZipRecruiter.com reports that established Java developers commonly earn between $99-170,000 working remotely.
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Instructors: Nat Dunn
Nat Dunn founded Webucator in 2003 to combine his passion for technical training with his business expertise and to help companies benefit from both. His previous experience was in sales, business and technical training, and management. Nat has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in International Relations from Pomona College.
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