Hi Collin, thanks for your reply.
I mentioned in a few responses above that I’ll update the post to include C#, Kotlin and probably Go as it’s my mistake to not do it.
I’m sorry to see that an article aiming to inform is provoking negative comments. May you share a publication of yours for me to criticize? :)
Hi Julio, thanks for your reply.
There are other ways to get experience, without getting hired. It’s a sea of tutorials out there, even some of the free ones are good.
I’m not familiar about the situation in Belgium but my advice would be to present yourself as passionate and diligent about…
Hey Okram, thanks for your reply.
You’re right, this is a short sum-up of a bigger topic. Most people’s struggles circle around a few specific problems. First and foremost, almost everybody is bummed by how slowly they progress — which is actually normal, especially if you have no related background.
Hey Sunghyun, thanks for your reply.
Have in mind that Java is not the easiest language to learn as a beginner. This doesn’t mean you should stop, but the learning curve is a bit steep at the start. That’s ok.
Yes, I recommend getting used to an IDE like Eclipse, NetBeans or IntelliJ IDEA.
Hey Raquel, thanks for your reply. Congrats for getting past giving up for a while to eventually getting hired — I think you described quite well what newbies are going through. Liked your enthusiasm and keep it up.