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Science Fair Project Ideas

Started May 14 0 Replies

The winning science fair projects are the ones created by students. However, narrowing down a topic is quite overwhelming to students. Take the pressure off students by engaging them in a few…Continue

How to Become a Java Programmer

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joanna Bella May 25. 3 Replies

Java is one of the most used programming languages on the Internet. Because of its ubiquity, it should be at the top of your list if you're considering becoming a software coder. You can approach…Continue

Tags: courses, Java, training, education, learning

Free Budget Software And Debt Consolidation

Started Jan 18 0 Replies

Free budget software could help consumers build a planner, save money and get back into good money management habits during and after the debt consolidation process.Finding a debt consolidation…Continue

 

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Joanna Bella replied to Marina Popova's discussion How to Become a Java Programmer
"Nice article! I was thinking about learning PHP but someone advised me to start with Java and Python first."
May 25
Marina Popova posted a discussion

Science Fair Project Ideas

The winning science fair projects are the ones created by students. However, narrowing down a topic is quite overwhelming to students. Take the pressure off students by engaging them in a few activities to limit the number of science fair ideas.Science Fair IdeasGive a brief overview of the main science categories; biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, and geology. These five branches of science have countless possibilities to research. First step is for students to brainstorm science fair…See More
May 14
Mary C replied to Marina Popova's discussion How to Become a Java Programmer
"Thank you for the information and useful data! I have always wanted to be a java programmer. I like how easy it is to use. In c++, we have to make sure that we don't have memory leak and stuff. Java on the other hand is more convenient and fun."
May 3
Amy replied to Marina Popova's discussion How to Become a Java Programmer
"Great article!I have been looking for the same information, and I have found it here well. Java is rather popular programming language and hence most of the candidates want to make a career as java developer, i think this is great tips…"
Mar 21
Marina Popova posted a discussion

How to Become a Java Programmer

Java is one of the most used programming languages on the Internet. Because of its ubiquity, it should be at the top of your list if you're considering becoming a software coder. You can approach your goals in multiple ways, depending on how much time you have and how proficient you become. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, computer programmers make an average of $74,280 a year. The field is expected to grow by 8 percent between 2012 and 2022.Definition of JavaThe Java…See More
Feb 16
Marina Popova posted a discussion

Free Budget Software And Debt Consolidation

Free budget software could help consumers build a planner, save money and get back into good money management habits during and after the debt consolidation process.Finding a debt consolidation solution that helps to manage money problems may not, in itself, be enough to make anybody debt free forever. The sheer relief of finally doing something that will take them out of the red and into the black makes many people relax. After the initial period of sheer relief and determination not to have…See More
Jan 18

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Art and literature in late 19th-century England; aestheticism and japonisme; 19th-century American painting

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