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How could I use my java programming in my future educational courses, career, and my personal life?  
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
in my future educational courses
That depends on the course. If it is a programming course, you might be restricted to using certain languages. If it is a non-comp-sci. course, then you could use it to lessen the burden of repetitive tasks. I don't have an example readily available because it would really depend on the structure or your course and the kinds of things you had to do for that course.

career
Again, it depends on your career. If you get a job as a Java programmer, you might be doing web services, web sites, desktop applications, and many other options. If you are not hired as a programmer, but you are fairly capable in the language, then again, you might create applications to reduce repetitive or cumbersome tasks. Creating a program that crunches the numbers for a monthly report, and then emails that report to the boss could save you countless hours.

my personal life
That depends on your interests. If you are into games, you might try writing one. You could even dabble into Android development if you were so inclined. You might create an application to balance your checkbook every month.

There are, of course, many more things you can do with Java, you just need to have an idea of what might interest you or what your immediate need might be. More than likely, whatever you come with could have a Java solution applied to it.
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Jenn0101Author Commented:
Thank you this did answer my question I was just working on my portfolio and was stumped but this did help so thank you very much! You were quick too I like this! :)
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Jenn0101Author Commented:
Great answer!
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
NP. Glad it helped  = )
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