Introduction to Programming Using JAVA – Blog

Hello Everyone! I am M.R.K.SIVA NAGA SAI. I am currently pursuing my Masters in NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, with Signal Processing as my specialty. Today I would like to share my experience of my learning era with, by using their Test Series. I completed the 2 courses and gained the knowledge. They are:
1. Introduction to programming with PYTHON
2. Introduction to programming with JAVA.
In the previous Section, I described “How I benefited from Introduction to Programming with Python” course. Here are my thoughts on my journey with’s Introduction to Programming using JAVA course. !
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Before I get to the topic, I’ll explain why I chose to learn Python, then JAVA. Python has many pros and is easy to learn.
Python is a well-known, high-level, general-purpose, dynamic programming language that has been on the market for nearly 30 years. It is easily accessible from almost any device today, including web and desktop apps, machine-learning, network servers, and many other applications. It is used by small companies, as well as companies such Google, Facebook and Microsoft. According to StackOverflow Trends, Python is the fastest-growing programming language. According to StackOverflow Trends, projections of future traffic for major programming language suggest that Python will surpass Java in 2019. One of the most popular search engines for job listings worldwide ranks Python as the third-most profitable programming language. This means that programmers are learning and using Python more frequently.
Other important advantages include:
* Multifunctional, easy to use, and quick to develop
* Open Source with a Vibrant community
* All Libraries Available
* Ideal for prototyping – You Can Do More With Less Code.
* Speed Limitations
* Threading problems
* Not native to the mobile environment.
All these benefits are why I prefer Python to JAVA. Python programming is extremely useful for projects in Machine Learning, AI, and Data science. Java would be used extensively in Embedded or Cross Platform applications. Python was my choice because I am pursuing a Master’s degree in Signal Processing.

JAVA is a great choice.
This question is perfect for Java Lover. Both Python and Java have their secrets, so everyone is comparing them!
Advantages of Java over Python
1. Java is a static type system, while Python is dynamic.
2. Java is a better choice when it comes to cross-platform support
3. Java is faster than Python
4. Java is Platform independent, but python not.
5. Java supports concurrency, while python is a more sequential language.
6. Java is more verbose then Python.
7. Java is great for android and IoT development, and Python is perfect for DataScience (Mainly).
8. Java has strong database connectivity, while Python has weaker access to the database than Java.
9. Java is in high demand since the last decade.
10. Java is compiled, and Python is an interpreted Language.
11. Today, Java is used by 95 % of enterprises and Java is used in more than 1 billion smartphones.
The IDE Support Situation…This is very Important and we can say Prime comparision! !
It is much easier to provide Java auto-completion through strict typing.
Let’s take, for example, a Python sample code.
1. myVar = getRecord() 2. myVar.
An IDE cannot reliably complete the methods on myVar because it doesn’t know what it is. Python allows you to return any (or none) from a method without declaring exactly what it might be.
Another example… In Python…
1. If a == 1, print “hmmm?” 3. If b == 2, print “woop!”

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