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Wednesday, April 09, 2014 The term 'java developer' covers a wide range of individuals. It starts with fresh graduates looking for jobs and goes up till experienced Java Enterprise Edition developers. There are a wide range of concepts and skills that Java developers must posses in order to be important in the industry. It is highly advisable to know the language fundamentals thoroughly, rather than specific frameworks or syntax. The following websites will offer professional Java developers a storehouse of valuable information as also a platform to interact and prosper!

Java Developers, DZone, LeetCode, Stackoverflow, Java SE Technical Documentation, Coursera, Java World, Github, Program Creek, Wikipedia




1.DZone

Place where community members discover and share the latest and most popular news from around the web. This community-driven page is carefully moderated by an expert editorial staff to ensure the content remains interesting and relevant.

2.LeetCode

LeetCode is a social platform for preparing IT technical interviews. The website provides code solution using the Online Judge system, high quality article featuring in-depth thought process and more.

3.Stackoverflow

Stack Overflow is a question and answer site for professional and enthusiast programmers. It's 100 per cent free, no registration required.

4.Java SE Technical Documentation

Contains all documents you will need to use API of Java SE. It's a one-stop shop for everything recent in the world of Java and it's Oracle's official website, so all the material here is 100 per cent geniune and update very frequently.

5.Coursera

Coursera is an education platform that partners with top universities and organisations worldwide, to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free.

6.Java World

JavaWorld is the leading independent resource for enterprise Java technology developers, architects, and managers who want to learn more about Java and related technologies from professional developers and trusted industry experts. JavaWorld reaches the core audience of IT professionals who are planning, developing, deploying, and integrating Java-based solutions on an enterprise level.

7.Github

Apart from hosting your projects for free, Github is also an excellent resource for learning popular Java libraries and frameworks with corresponding examples.

8.Program Creek

The website contains some very interesting articles written by people from different areas. The articles here are supported by relevant diagrams and code examples.

9.Wikipedia

Our discussion will be far from over without the mention of this particular website that has been a store house of immense resources on practically any topic out there. You may just want to know some concept, but not learn much and the website will do you loads of good. Frequently updated information is available for free.


Saurabh Singh, EFYTIMES News Network


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