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Sebzmaniac

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For sometime now, I've been studying Java. My dream is to create an Android game and make millions but I don't know if this is possible. I've been having doubts about this. I'm stuck between website creation and app creation. I could've done both but I'm obeying the rule in the millioniare fast lane that says: "Focus on one business. Dont cheat on ur business"

I'm in my second year of college but I'm scared about the future. Is the future really safe? Will I end up working at a job till I'm 60 or 70?.

But on the other hand, what if I finish studying Java and I can't code? What if I was just wasting my time? My greatest inspiration was the creator of temple run. She is a mother. She finished college and had a Bsc in chemistry, but she decided to pursue her dream. She started a game company with her husband and also found some people who shared her goals and worked with them.

So what should I really do? Should I go ahead and study Java or is creating a website more easier? Can I create a social media site and become the next Mark Zuckerberg? ( That's insane)

Can I create a social media site and sell it to Facebook for 1 billion dollars? (less insane). Look, I don't need billions of dollars. Just a few million. 10 million dollars or 5 million can be okay. My main point is, I want to buy my freedom and I want it now, not when I'm 60 or 70 and retire with 2 million dollars and buy a lambo which I'll be too old to drive. I don't want to sacrifice 5 days a week and rest on only 2 with a little pay. I want to be rich now so I have to never work again in my life.

So, I'm asking. Should I wait until I finish college and things don't really workout or should I start know? Even MJ DeMarco started his after finishing college. I need ur suggestions. Thanks. 28969
 

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from my experience I'd say, don't separate studying java from programming a game. Learn java as you program, find problems in the process, solve them, keep going. But don't use studying to evade yourself from actually creating and sharing your creation (even if it's not finished).
Welcome to the forum btw!
 
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Sebzmaniac

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from my experience I'd say, don't separate studying java from programming a game. Learn java as you program, find problems in the process, solve them, keep going. But don't use studying to evade yourself from actually creating and sharing your creation (even if it's not finished).
Welcome to the forum btw!
Thanks a lot for ur support. But I'm totally new to this. I can't program while studying java. I have to finish studying Java first before I can actually program, right? If It is possible to program while studying, pls tell me how.
 

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I don't know about coding myself, but I meant jumping straight into doing it. Taking action, leaving behind the "plans in a piece of paper" stage. I'm doing that with my youtube channel: the videos are not perfect but I'm learning a lot while creating them. and I'm making them better on the way.
 
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Sebzmaniac

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I don't know about coding myself, but I meant jumping straight into doing it. Taking action, leaving behind the "plans in a piece of paper" stage. I'm doing that with my youtube channel: the videos are not perfect but I'm learning a lot while creating them. and I'm making them better on the way.
Ok, tnx
 

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