>unpaid java internship from next week

>unpaid java internship from next week
what am i really in for? I havent done anything other than basic leetcode questions using c++. will they be nice to me and teach me stuff or be mean and rape my butthole for not knowing anything, any reading material to be a java job ready within 5 days

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    > unpaid
    You're a fricking moron

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      that's the best i could get thanks to my dad's connections
      my resume didnt get filtered for paid internships so this is what i have to work with this summer
      also give me tips on how i can get them to hire me after the internship

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Your resume DID get filtered, and you are moronic.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      it looks like OP won't add more value than a developer using ChatGPT for 2 hours. he is lucky to get free training.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Is it web development? If so, then the company is most probably using Spring framework. Learn what a "Bean" means.

    Just write couple of your leetcode crap in Java.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      OP here. thankfully I already know what a Bean is, but I don't like them very much. still, my mother used to force me to eat those once a week so I think I can endure it if i need to
      do you think that would be a problem?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Is it web development?
      im not sure, my dad told me to go to their office next monday. i dont even know the name of the company

      is OOP big in java? where can i learn the syntax for OOP and make a small OOP project just so i get the basics down

      is Bean the ide?

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >is OOP big in java?
        Java is object oriented language in which everything is an object. So yes, OOP is big in Java. Ofc there are functional interfaces introduced in Java 8 but they are also implemented as objects. You don't have to worry about those for now.

        >where can i learn the syntax for OOP and make a small OOP project just so i get the basics down
        Create a hello world Java project and learn what is a class and what is an instance of a class.

        >is Bean the ide?
        No, it's an instance of a class managed by the Spring framework. Don't worry about that. You will probably use Intellij IDEA as your ide if they buy you a license or if you are in India, Eclipse.

        I was going to say they're going to teach you AND rape your boyhole but since it's java, I think your employers only care about bobs and vagene, so you're safe. Unless you're a woman.

        >my mother used to force me to eat those once a week so I think I can endure it if i need to
        Now it's your boss and pajeet colleagues forcing Spring Beans through your mouth.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          No, BEAN is a collection of design patterns which are standard in java.
          I'd recommend reading about BEAN Containers.

          what if they dont do webdev and its something else, wouldnt learning spring be a waste of time. I feel like I should just get the syntax down for OOP like operator overloading, classes and objects etc
          what do you guys think?

          knowing enterprise java (spring, jboss, red hat) is neat. If you can bear working with Java, boomer-OOP and Java tooling (windows-eclipse-maven hell) you are in for a safe job.

          to basedjaks saying oh wait kotlin, idea, gradle, containers make java-stuff much better I tell you: go f urself sheepler

          you're scaring me with all these new words

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            > you're scaring me with all these new words
            google it homie

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            it wouldn't hurt to learn what those anons mentioned.
            also it's not just webdev, Spring and Bean Containers are used in backend apis too, so it's likely that it's what the company uses java for.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >what if they dont do webdev and its something else, wouldnt learning spring be a waste of time
            Well, Spring can be used in any Java application. It's popular in the web world especially.

            Ok, the smallest common denominator is Maven or Gradle. Read from wikipedia what is Maven. Then create a Hello world project using Maven. Compile it with maven. Run it.

            Then learn those things you mentioned in your project -- syntax, classes, objects, etc. If you still have the time then look into Spring.

            Gradle does the same things as Maven but is different software. You can say that you're never used Gradle but Maven which is okay. Or other way around.

            Thankyou anons

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >what if they dont do webdev and its something else, wouldnt learning spring be a waste of time
            Well, Spring can be used in any Java application. It's popular in the web world especially.

            Ok, the smallest common denominator is Maven or Gradle. Read from wikipedia what is Maven. Then create a Hello world project using Maven. Compile it with maven. Run it.

            Then learn those things you mentioned in your project -- syntax, classes, objects, etc. If you still have the time then look into Spring.

            Gradle does the same things as Maven but is different software. You can say that you're never used Gradle but Maven which is okay. Or other way around.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        No, BEAN is a collection of design patterns which are standard in java.
        I'd recommend reading about BEAN Containers.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I was going to say they're going to teach you AND rape your boyhole but since it's java, I think your employers only care about bobs and vagene, so you're safe. Unless you're a woman.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    don't forget to take them to court and get paid for the time you worked with interest after it is over

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    knowing enterprise java (spring, jboss, red hat) is neat. If you can bear working with Java, boomer-OOP and Java tooling (windows-eclipse-maven hell) you are in for a safe job.

    to basedjaks saying oh wait kotlin, idea, gradle, containers make java-stuff much better I tell you: go f urself sheepler

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You Blacks are getting b8ed like no others ever have before

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >unpaid
    I came here to laugh at you. HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHA. Bye sucker.

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