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About Ilias Tsagklis

Ilias Tsagklis
Ilias is a senior software engineer working in the telecom domain. He is an applications developer in a wide variety of applications/services, currently the technical lead in a in-house PCRF solution. Particularly interested in multi-tier architecture, middleware services and mobile development (contact). Ilias Tsagklis is co-founder and Executive Editor at Java Code Geeks.

Best way to learn Java programming? Meet the Java Code Geeks

Java Code Geeks have grown over the years to become a full-fledged Java developers resource center and at the same time one of the most rapidly growing programming communities online.

We currently feature a broad collection of Java material to cater to the needs of both the beginner and the seasoned veteran.

For the junior developer that is now getting on the Java programming journey, we would suggest to begin with our Java Examples site. There, we feature articles on how to start with Java programming and how to use the basics of the language. There are examples of increasing degree of complexity, so even more experienced Java developers will also benefit from browsing through our archives.

For the senior developer, browsing our main website for the latest hot news and premium quality articles is the best option. We feature articles on a vast array of technologies so that even the most demanding readers will get satisfied.

Recently, we also launched JCG Academy, full of high-end articles on cutting-edge technologies. Make sure to stop by.

We have also grouped those large amounts of Tutorials that have appeared on our site and below are the existing categories:

Our recommended Whitepapers will also help you kick-start your projects in specific technologies ranging from Android and Hadoop, to Linux and Web Development.

If you are looking for Java based open source projects, check out our Resources page which mentions various technologies, tools and architectures.

If you are already a blogger and feel confident about your programming skills and blogging material, feel free to join our JCG Program which is in ever growing mode (500+ partners).

If you are in the search for career opportunities, check out our Job Board with the latest job openings in the industry.

Additionally, we recently launched our JCG Newsletter with weekly updates on the latest technologies and the most popular articles on both JCG and the community. By joining the newsletter, as an extra bonus, you will get our brand new e-books, published by Java Code Geeks and our JCG partners for your reading pleasure! The books are titled “JVM Troubleshooting Guide” and “JPA Mini Book”. Hop on the newsletter here.

Of course, we have an online presence to all major social channels. Feel free to get social and follow us:

If you prefer old school RSS, you can find our feed here and you can also get RSS by email here.

Finally, when you have some free time, take a look at our About page to find out who are the people behind Java Code Geeks. And of course, feel free to shoot us an email to say “Hi”, we would love to hear from you.

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One comment

  1. Great site. It gives people a good heads up into learning Javascript, an evergrowing programming language.

    Thanks.

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