Continuing Education for Software and Java Developers

by Modis on June 25, 2014

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IT Continuing educationWhen it comes to ongoing professional development in the IT industry, it pays to be on-the-ball with the latest tips, tricks, and trends in your specific field of expertise. A formal education is all fine and good, but with the tech world evolving and changing so rapidly, you have to take it upon yourself to continue your own learning adventure. Thankfully, there are lots of opportunities to feed you hungry mind, regardless of which IT sector you hail from.

This final installment in our continuing education series, we’re highlighting learning resources and ongoing education tools for software and Java developers. If you’re looking to brush up your coding chops, check out these helpful info hotspots.

Java magazine

This bi-monthly digital magazine put out by Oracle is a robust online publication packed with interesting articles and updates from the Java realm. It’s a grab bag of unique application profiles, technical how-to’s, resource updates, and community news that’s worth checking out. The best part? It’s absolutely free!


Each year, the International Software Development Conference rolls out across numerous sites around the world with excellent programming and learning opportunities for software developers and innovators in the industry. In the US, QCon takes place in New York and San Francisco, with lots of workshops, speakers, and tutorials for a wide range of programming disciplines.


The problem with many tech-centric online course is they’re often incredibly expensive. Learning directly from industry pros through Udemy offers a far more affordable alternative that’s just as impactful. Whether you’re looking to learn Java from the ground up or boost your skills with an advanced course, there are a ton of reasonably priced options on this online education platform. Poke around a bit more and you’ll also find lots of other great software development courses on here too.


Billed as the “ultimate Java platform/agility experience,” UberConf is an annual conference dedicated to exploring all things Java — from the technology to the big ideas driving it forward. It’s front loaded with knowledgeable speakers, hands-on workshops, and useful networking opportunities for those interested in Java and other related disciplines.

Get Ahead with Continuing Ed

Thanks for tuning-in to our continuing education series in the IT landscape! If you missed any of the previous posts in the series, you can find them here:

Part 1: Continuing Education for Network Telecom and System Engineers

Part 2: Continuing Education for IT Analysts

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Guilherme October 9, 2015 at 11:18 am

คุณน้องแนะนำให้ใช้เวอร์ชั่นของ 4.5.9 นะค่ะ เพราะว่ายังคงการแปลภาษาแบบเดิมอยู่พี่ยังไม่ recommend เรื่องเวอร์ชั่นใหม่ให้ใช้กับ Live เพราะบางอย่างยังต้องอ้างอิงแบบเดิมนะจ๊ะ4.6.x มีการเปลี่ยนแปลงวิธีการ Translationถ้าไงลองดูวิธีใช้งานเรื่องภาษาที่เป็นแบบ XLIFF กับ exoesnitn เวอร์ชั่นใหม่ ๆ ดูค่ะ น่าจะช่วยได้ส่วนเรื่องของ register กับเวอร์ชั่น 4.6.x มีปัญหากับ div2007 ที่ยังไม่รองรับการแปลภาษาให้กับ register จ้าลองแก้ไขตามนี้จ้า (เทสให้พี่ด้วยนะ ได้ผลไงแจ้งด้วย)Path: sr_feuser_register/lib/class.tx_srfeuserregister_lang.php (บรรทัดประมาณ 120)function getLL ($key, $alt = , $hsc = FALSE) {// If the suffix is allowed and we have a localized string for the desired salutation, we’ll take that.$rc = ;if (isset($this->conf[‘salutation’]) && in_array($this->conf[‘salutation’], $this->allowedSuffixes, 1)) {$expandedKey = $key.’_’.$this->conf[‘salutation’];$usedLang = ;//$rc = tx_div2007_alpha::getLL_fh001($this->pibase, $usedLang, $expandedKey, $alt, $hsc);$rc = $this->pibase->pi_getLL($expandedKey);}if ($rc == || $rc == $alt || $usedLang != $this->pibase->LLkey){//$rc = tx_div2007_alpha::getLL_fh001($this->pibase, $usedLang, $key, $alt, $hsc);$rc = $this->pibase->pi_getLL($key);}return $rc;}// getLLอย่าลืม save ตัวที่เราแก้ไข เก็บไว้ให้ดีหล่ะ จะได้ไม่ลืม ^^

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