Announcement! Im learning JSP/JAVA, this is a big step for me as I’ve always been a big supporter of open-source languages like PHP, Ruby on Rails, Python. But I have encountered an issue with those languages in my day job, we don’t use them as where I work is mainly a Java shop. On a daily basis I end up encountering situations where I think to myself, it would be great if I knew more JSP!

I have bought a few books and will start here, yesterday I got Tomcat running on my Macbook Air, which was a great first step. It was much easier than I thought for any of you thinking of doing the same, this is a great tutorial.

The books I have picked up are:

Once I complete reading these books, Im going to consider taking the following course: Java Programming Certificate by O’reilly.

Categories: JSPOpen Source

1 thought on “Taking the next step: I'm learning to code in JSP/Java!”

Rudyard Fleming · February 13, 2013 at 3:20 am

All the languages are good to be the successful developer.but I guess PHP is popular and very easy scripting language. With over 20 million indexed domains using PHP, including major social websites like. There are good reasons why many Web developers prefer it to other server-side scripting languages.

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