What are the things a Java Developer should know in 2020?

by Michel Kein Online Marketing
As we know, 2020 is approaching and it is the perfect time to make advancement in professional skills. This will help you to create goals for 2020. Being a Java developer, your biggest challenge is to remain up to date. Technology changes at a very fast pace and you will see a new version of Java programming language and framework every year. For Java developers, in the last few years, significant changes have appeared and it is a challenge to remain up-to-date with the latest Java version every 6 months.

Technologies to learn in 2020:

1. DevOps

Many companies are moving to DevOps and implementing it for project implementation. Business enterprises hire Java developers having knowledge of this amazing technology. DevOps is very vast and requires the learning of a lot of tools and principles. If you are an experienced Java developer with a passion for automation, improving overall structure, and managing the environment, you can become a DevOps Engineer.

2. Git

Git is a distributed version control system for monitoring changes in the source code during software development. It is designed to coordinate work among the programmers and can track any sort of changes in the files. Manny Java web development projects are switching from SVN to Git. Developers having knowledge of Git are in high-demand.

3. Docker

Docker is free to avail tools for automating the deployment of the application on the cloud or physical servers. It allows the developers and system admins to develop, ship, and run distributed web applications, on laptops, VMS as well as the cloud. Docker works in collaboration with Linux, cloud, and Windows vendors. Apart from that several companies focus on IT automation, for which Docker is nicely placed to take benefit of that.

4. Unit Testing

There are plenty of tools & frameworks available for Java developers to unit test their applications.  Enterprises outsource only those developers from Java web development company having testing skills as well. If you want to stay out of the league and possess some unique skills then learn to test. It will give you an upper hand in the world of web application development.

5. Frameworks

Java developers should know the working of frameworks to ease the development work. Frameworks have prewritten code, but offer features to integrate the desired code to make customization. Some popular Java frameworks that every developer should know are Spring, Blade, Hibernate, GWT, Grails, and Dropwizard. GWT allows developers to develop client-side applications through Java. GWT Web Toolkit is an open-source tool that allows the developers to build and manage complex front-end applications in Java.   
5. Learn Other Languages

Even if you are familiar with the Java language, it is important to have knowledge of other programming languages. You may not need an additional language in the initial stages but to execute a project knowledge of the additional language is very important. Learn new programming languages to stay ahead of the others, this will help you to handle multiple projects. You’ll also be able to work with other platforms to grow your coding standard. Consider Scala, it is a good alternative to the Java language. Some qualities comprise the features to write small lines of code in Java, making it more reusable, and advanced.

Wrapping Up:

We’ve talked about the major points that a developer should learn in Java for 2020. You should know the terminology, latest trends, have knowledge of important tools, and the latest technology and programs to remain up to date in the coming years. Not only will you be equipped to do a task your Java development company asks, but you’ll also be more competitive to do most of the work hassle-free.

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