No. The problem isn’t “learning Java” in 10 days, because I think that by the time 10 days is up, you’ll be able to program some things and have an idea of what to do to solve some simple things. Learning to program for the first time is kind of like learning a foreign language.Click to see full answer. Similarly, it is asked, is it possible to learn Java in a week?There are several ways by which you can learn JAVA within a week. If you are fully thorough with all the OOPS concepts that you have learned in C++,then I am 100% sure that you can learn JAVA within 2 to 3 days itself. However if you already have some programming experience and want to learn this language.One may also ask, how many days does it take to learn Java? No person, with NO programming experience, other than some sort of prodigy, is going to learn to program in Java or almost any language in 10 weeks. For clarity, copying and running hello world from a book does not make you a programmer. Hell, it will most likely take days just to get that working in some IDE. Similarly, can I learn Java in 2 weeks? JAVA in 2 weeks Work for 7-8 hours per day. Complete each module with in 4 hours.Is it easy to learn Java?It’s a pretty good first language to learn, since you can do some simple things fairly easily, and the kinds of mistakes you’re likely to make are easily understood and corrected. In particular, Java is easier than C or C++, where it’s easy to make mistakes that produce really baffling errors.