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3 Reasons Why Java Programming Is The Indispensable Cog Of The IT Industry
By Saheli Roy Chowdhuri
Java has come a long way since its inception in 1991. Right from software developers, Android app builders to product managers, everyone needs to learn Java and use its applications to make their work easier. Built by Sun Microsystems (acquired by Oracle Corporation), it is a simple yet robust programming language which now finds its application across the technology industry.
Also, usage of Java for any business has grown manifolds in all these years. These growing manifolds had led to a sharp rise in demand for skilled programmers in this field. Resulting to which, a turn has led to the creation of several learning centres and boot camp training programs for Java programming.
But what is the reason for its popularity? Why does it remain the evergreen language - despite the rise of so many newer languages which contain evolved features? Let’s find out just that!
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Write the code once and you can use it anywhere. What this means is that once a programmer has written a code for a certain purpose, it can be used in several devices and any number of operating systems.
Let’s say you’re into Android app development. You can create an independent program and can write it in such a way that it can be used by your fellow colleagues anywhere, anytime! So, what is the result? It saves money for businesses in the long term.
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What multithreading means is that Java apps can accommodate multiple users, keeping threads within a program at the same time. This is better for the computer architecture, because systems don’t have to run multiple copies of programming in the same hardware and it can also be tracked.
This is useful in more than one way, because it leads to better product performance and optimal usage of CPU storage area, resulting to quicker response time, and multiple operations being carried out at the same time.
If you want to grow your product vertically or horizontally, Java will never hinder the need to grow it faster. This means that when you want to upgrade your app to produce faster response times, the time spent on coding for the same will be very less.
Having mentioned the more important points, there are some other benefits to Java as well, which includes faster development timelines and cheaper running costs for companies. How do companies ultimately benefit? Robust applications are developed with the help of Java which are bug-free, portable and user-friendly compared to other operating systems.
It is said that none of Java’s competitors have half as much advantage in terms of scaling and development as this language. Occasionally, a programming language like Java comes in which completely revolutionizes the industry. Its flexibility and ease of use are the few reasons why the language is here to stay. If you too want to use this evergreen language to create history in the technology sector someday, then getting enrolled in an IT certification training course would be your best bet!
Saheli Roy Chowdhuri
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