That felt a bit weird I should say. Even though I used to learn new languages all the time (I speak 5 languages and finished linguistic university), it takes time to get used to new rules and new syntax.
After the first week of study I can already distinguish the main differences between 2 languages:
BUT there are some similarities between the languages:
Object-Oriented Programming: Both languages have access to OOPs concepts such as abstraction, inheritance, and polymorphism.
Front-end Development: Java and JS both extend their applications in frontend development. JS can be embedded directly into HTML, which is implemented as a framework or a library; whereas, Java is used as Java Applet.
In my next blog post I will write about basics of Java language and compare them to basics of Java Script :)