Going from C++ to Java: The Quest to Become a Polyglot Programmerby@johnnythecoder
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Going from C++ to Java: The Quest to Become a Polyglot Programmer

by Johnny6mMarch 7th, 2021
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Java is acknowledged for its integrated memory management that prevents most memory leaks and allows releasing all resources right after the program stops using them. Java lacks a compiler and uses JVM (that should be first started on the computer) to execute Java code. Java is commonly used for building corporate applications. While the language combines OOP, memory management, and architecture independence, it remains in high demand among large companies looking to build reliable, stable, and maintainable apps. The average polyglot salary in the US has reached $120,000/year.

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