Java is a creation from 1995, when James embarked on a mission of creating a programming language that will be robust and secure and he based it on C and C++ syntax. Obviously it’s an object oriented programming language, so it’s not comparable to C whatsoever. Sun Microsystems definitely succeed with sales of that working environment and these days Java is widely used by many corporations, banks and government loves it. These guys want to have robust software that do not fail and works 24/7. Java gives them that with a focus on security.
Coming back to the now, the struggle is real. I set myself a short window time to learn the basics of Java and pass the Oracle exam that certifies me as a Java Programmer. Life is (obviously) throwing me some challenges and the best one I have now is trying to stay sane and focused on learning while there is an unhappy me walking around, who’s been working hard for some time, supporting me but now it’s starting to fall apart. This little me loves travelling and travelling + photos settles it down (for a while). When there’s no travelling or photoing, it cries and thinks it’s misery of daily work will never end.
We both know that’s not going to happen. Life will unfold perfectly out of mystery every day and there is always the now that’s so much more vast and ready to be admired than the future that’s never going to come. We were born to dance and to enjoy the dance. We play the piano. We don’t work the piano.
Unfortunately we are all sharing this “me” syndrome. We are walking around and thinking we deserve something and because of that we are willing to upset ourselves for the day that’s about to come. How seriously weird are we? I hope I’ll be wise enough not to do this to myself today. And on that bombshell it’s time to end this weekly draft, publish and start challenging myself with primitive values and static void methods ().