Why Developers Choose Java (UCSC Silicon Valley Extension)
Is Java still relevant? Definitely.
Join UCSC Silicon Valley instructor Bineet Sharma in a discussion about why Java retains its popularity
Is Java still relevant?
Definitely. Java is one of the oldest and most popular languages used to produce software for multiple platforms.
Simple and easy to learn, programmers love its platform independence in cloud computing and services and server side development to distributed high performance computing, big data analysis, and hadoop. You can write one piece of code and it runs in any operating system.
Join UCSC Silicon Valley instructor Bineet Sharma in a discussion about why Java retains its popularity among software developers after 25 years.
Regardless of your coding abilities, Bineet can help you figure out how to navigate your career by learning Java.
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BINEET SHARMA, M.S.C.S., is a seasoned technologist with more than 30 years’ experience in technical architecture, upper level management, professional teaching, and entrepreneurship. He has held a variety of leadership roles in all aspects of the software development life cycle, including CEO of CashonAd, a mobile advertising app platform; and co-founder of OnTick, a technical analysis tool for stock market data positions. He has served as program chair of the UCSC Silicon Valley Extension Computer Programming certificate program since 2020.