Important So you want to become a (Minecraft) Java Developer? [INFO + FAQ]

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    larsjarred9 Owner

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    Hi there!

    If you clicked on this post you will be curious about how to make Minecraft plugins and which tutorials you need to follow. I am going to discuss with you what the possibilities are. Let's start!

    What are the basics that I need to know?

    You definitely need a base if you want to program. For example, you have to be good in English, so you better understand the videos you are going to watch + the words that occur in programming.

    If you are good at mathematics, that is certainly a plus, so you will have a better idea if, for example, formulas are to be used. If you're not good with math, do not worry, it's just an advantage if you can do it right, this does not mean that it's too late for you!

    Before you make Minecraft plugins you will first have to learn how to program, how 'boring' it is. You will first have to master the foundation before you can start as Java (Bukkit) Developer.

    We recommend Learning:
    - Java
    - Mysql
    - Bukkit (Java)

    - Skript
    - Mysql


    Q: What if I immediately start Bukkit without learning Java.
    A: That is possible, but certainly not recommended, you will understand the first 10 Bukkit tutorials but after that you will not understand. It is certainly not recommended, you must have a Java base.

    Q: What is something I do not understand?
    A: You can always enter your question in Google, you can always ask me if you do not understand a part of Java. You can request my skype/discord on my profile.

    Q: What exactly is Bukkit?
    A: Bukkit is a library for Java, this means that you have to be able to use Java before you use the library. Bukkit is not a programming language.

    If you have any questions you can ask them in the comments, the questions can also be added in the FAQ.
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