Why learn Java?

Java is a compelling programming language. The demand for developers with knowledge of java is very high compared to Python or any other programming language.

How & why is java better than other programming languages?

The source code of Java is released under GPL i.e. General Public License, which allows users to study, use, change, and distribute it to anyone. In simple words, Java is a freely available language.

Platform independent

It means that the byte code of java is platform-independent, can be distributed and run on all operating systems. The class file is platform-independent.

Object oriented

It follows a programming model that is based on the concept of Objects, where each object has a unique attribute and behavior. Basically, it helps us build reusable blocks of code.


It means that the execution of multiple threads can be done concurrently at a time so that CPU can be utilized to its maximum. In simple words, it is a kind of multi-tasking.


It is secure as while execution the JVM scans for viruses and malicious files in the class file, .i.e, the byte code before converting it to machine language. It is robust or let’s just say strong as it provides features like automatic garbage collection, exception handling, etc

Where is Java used in real-time?
  • Big Data Frameworks
  • Android OS
  • Big Data Analysis
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Data Science Projects
  • Web Pages
Which apps are developed using Java?
  • Uber
  • Netflix
  • Spotify
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • Twitter
  • Slack
  • Amazon
  • Pinterest
How Java makes Programming easy with its features?
  • Design Patterns
  • JDBC Connections
  • Spring Framework
  • Cross-Platform Development
What are the skills people look for in Java developers?
  • OOPS
  • Collections
  • Exception Handling
  • Micro Services
  • Spring Boot
How much does a Java developer get paid?
  • Fresher: 4-5 LPA
  • Experienced: 10-25 LPA
How to learn Java?
  • Learn the fundamentals of Programming
  • Practice writing code
  • Learn the shortcuts of IDE
  • Follow this tutorial series
  • Create a project on your own