Isn’t the internet great? And we’re not just saying that because, as developers, we’ve personally built many corners of it. We also rely on the web as our best resource for improving skills and solving problems as we seek to build better code.
Today we’re focusing particularly on Java resources. So if you live and breathe Oracle (or don’t yet but want to learn more about it), here are our favorite go-to sites for Java developers.
This is possibly the most popular site not just for Java, but in the programming world at large. StackOverflow—an extension of the StackExchange network—provides millions of programming questions and answers. The site is curated by a social network of fellow programmers who both provide answers themselves and vote on the best of answers others have written.
In the unlikely event that you can’t find the answer to your question already on Stackoverflow, you can ask a new question and a wide network of expert programmers will be there to provide an answer almost immediately. The site also offers an abundance of code examples for those seeking to learn Java by the example of others.