- What is biggest advantage and disadvantage of Java?
- Why is Java so boring?
- Why is Java so hard?
- Why is Java so hated?
6-9 monthsUnlike HTML and CSS, JS will take months to learn.
What is biggest advantage and disadvantage of Java?
Advantages of Java Simple: Java was designed to be easy to use, write, compile, debug, and learn than other programming languages. Java is much simpler than C++ because Java uses automatic memory allocation and garbage collection.
Why is Java so boring?
Also, the reason why Java might seem boring to many is maybe because everyone usually starts out with programming by learning C and object oriented programming with C++ or Python, so by the time one begins to learn Java, the important stuff that has to be learnt has already been learnt(like Inheritance, polymorphism …
Why is Java so hard?
But is Java hard to learn? The simple answer is that yes, it can be tricky. As you learn Java programming, you’ll encounter some simple concepts like variables and functions, but there are also more abstract, complex ones like objects, bringing inheritance, and polymorphism that can be difficult to understand.
It’s not, it may be as low-level as you can get in normal browser programming, but its on par with functional languages like Scheme or Python. It’s low-level compared to the GWT and similar toolkits, but it’s not a low-level language in the larger scheme of things.
Why is Java so hated?
the whole reason behind the Java hate is because way back in the 1.4 JVM days, java was the language to use when you wanted to write BIG company applications. unfortunately, the 1.4 JVM was horrible when it came to speed.