Programming is a great field of work to pursue a career in, this is due to the fact of the remote working that is associated to the role. This gives the programmer a real sense of freedom whilst working, also ensuring the flexible lifestyle that comes in this line of work. Whilst programming with languages and especially Java, the languages are too dynamic and flexible – forever changing and updating. Therefore, the programmer will always have to learn and stay up to date with the language to stay competitive in the market.

There are many benefits associated with coding with Java, however there are many problems and mistakes that can be made whilst dealing with this language. The first problem being that the there is too much research included, but very minimal practice implemented. This is fatal if this is the case, this is due to the first hand dealt with code, instead of learning from a book. The programmer will need to be confident when coding and this will come with coding daily.

The programmer will need a certain goal when using this language. Although programming is a passion, students will need to have a passion to learn, however if they do not broaden their scope, they would be wasting money just to get a trend hobby. This is likewise for if they developers learn code just for the money and do not have any passion for the industry, as this will result in quality pf work depreciating overtime.

If a beginner chooses to learn everything bit of technology that is associated with Java, the programmer may get stuck and totally confused with the entire process and end up losing interest before hey have even started their learning process in programming. This is where planning is vital, the plan will need to include Java Core, coding projects and programming tools such as mRemote and Putty Connection Manager. This will result in the user not becoming a lifelong learner, as they would have taken the necessary steps to build the relevant knowledge from the early stages of the learning process.

Additionally, a language (Java) is just the tool, which is in the hands of a skilled creator (programmer) – this therefore means the creator will need their own set of skills that will complement the overall process of the outcome of a project: a strong logic, problem solving, ability to visualize the structure and sequence of the process. Logic is key, as an experienced programmer will not start their code before actually thinking of it logically.

Getting stuck on tough pieces of theory can be detrimental – often there is no correlation between eh amount of time is spent on tasks or research, and the successfulness of this action. When learning Java, persistence is crucial in solving tasks.

Finally, not testing your code is key to its success. No matter how good your Java and coding knowledge may be, the code may not always work as intended too. Testing the code regularly ensures that there is no build-up of subsequent pile up of errors. This limits the large amounts of debugging at once, instead it allows the user to deal with smaller amount if problems at each stage of the checking of the code that has been executed.