Java Technology is our belief

Because Java can run on multiple operating systems, it's the primary development platform for client applications in many major companies. Java is definitely a skill that we promote at the Young Scientists University.

Search engines will reflect a high demand for Java programmes worldwide. In the popular Tiobe Index Java is back at number 1, changing places with C. Objective-C is still rising (climbing from 10 to 9 in one month).Looking at the job trends for various programming languages, Java Programmers around the world occupy the Top position.

The main reason for the increase in job requirements is that today Java is being used in every major industry segment for various computing platforms ranging from mobile phones, embedded devices, enterprise servers on the lower end side and super computers on the higher end. Though less used, Java applets help to have an improved functionality while browsing the internet.

Today, Java is being used in more than 4.5 billion devices including:

  • 2.1 billion Cellular phones and other hand held devices (Source: Ovum)
  • 850+ million personal computers
  • 3.5 billion Smart Card and various other instruments like Car Navigation Systems, Games, Web Cameras, Set Top Boxes, Printers, Paid Parking Systems, Medical and Health Care Equipments, Lottery Terminals and many more

So far, more than 6.5 million programmers have managed to find a suitable job in any of the Java technology driven companies found on the job search engine. So we at the Young Scientists university believe firmly in Java Technology and its capacity to deliver consistent results and help develop Java Programmers , Engineers and Computer Scientists.

Software engineers, in essence, are practitioners of software. They are mostly concerned with finding the programming languages, APIs (Application Programming Interface), and other technologies that help them to solve a problem.

Computer scientists, by definition, are concerned when advancing the technology, describing technology, developing new programming languages and APIs to in turn, allow the engineers to "build".

So, software engineers learn new technology in order to solve practical problems, and computer scientists build using existing technology to learn more about it, and advance the technology.