I'm taking Java and HTML right now.. And I agree. (Feels incompetent. Jit? What?)
Do you guys learn this at school or on your own time??
Oops, I get carried away sometimes, sorry
JIT means just-in-time (compiler), meaning that code gets compiled from an intermediate form (called bytecode) when you run the program, as opposed to compiling from source code in advance.
Making a game for me is kinda like how people want to plant a tree and write a book, and it's something I've wanted to do ever since I was a kid watching my brothers play mario :3