Java is a high mobility language as it has to be implemented through a compatible multi-platform known as Java virtual machine (JVM). Also, Java is used in App programming for Android.

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Do not confuse Java with JavaScript. Java is an object-oriented language designed to be easier to use than C ++ (which is a well-known for complexity). Ninety percent of companies in the Fortune 500 Companies list use Java to develop applications for pc and website support systems.

Beginners friendly 


Beginners friendly

In general, Java is relatively beginner-friendly design. It always assumes that users are not geniuses or careful and give general support during programming. Therefore, developers are less likely to make mistakes when writing code for Java applications.

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Easy to use

Easy to use

Java is a high-level language, which means that Java abstracts away (i.e. handles for you) most of the complex details of the machine (computer) such as memory management, etc. Therefore, you can focus on programming instead of worrying about the intricate and boring details.

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A bit difficult to get started with


A bit difficult to get started with

Java is very stubborn and verbose. This means that you need to write a lot of code just to build some features. The works add up and you may need to spend a lot of time coding before you can get a working app. This can be frustrating and demotivating for beginners.

Easy maintenance

Java is a static typing programming language, meaning that your code will have to be tested before integrated into an application. This makes errors easier to track. Since static programming languages also have a kind of “censorship”, you will have fewer unexpected errors. As a result, your code will be easier to maintain as it grows in size and complexity,


As a static typing language, Java is faster than dynamic typing languages as things are more clearly defined. So when the application is running, your computer's resources will not be wasted when testing the variables in your code. 

Performance is optimized

Modern Java programs are now more efficient with just-in-time compilers (JIT) and improved JVMs because performance can be optimized in real time to help Java programs run faster. This is useful when your application grows larger and needs more processing.