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I have been trying to learn as many aspects of J2EE as I can, and the way I learn is by doing projects. The problem is that my real world job does not require me to use JAVA at all.
What I would like is for someone to suggest good project ideas. What I am going to do is take the best project idea and start from the beginning and work my way to the final product learning as I go.
I do not want to do the Pet Store. But something similar to that is what I am looking for. A complete J2EE Application.
I will be documenting my progress on my web site in the form of a log/diary of events and procedures.
So let the suggestion flood in.
Thanks.
 
Gregg Bolinger
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Thought I would bump myself up here a little bit in case this thread got lost. Hopeing for a few suggestions.
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Hi,
how about Online Music store ? or make a any product wholesaler automation system(a process from retailer till warehouse and distribution).
Above two examples are good,because lot of things can be explored and experiment can be done on that.
Any other ideas are also welcome.
All the best
 
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Well, you could do an Amazon.com, though that's supposed to be WebLogic Commerce Server. http://www.newscientist.com is jsp-based.
Or you could just bop over to elance.com and see what companies are actually bidding out for real-world projects.
Just don't actually make a bid unless you want to work for $25/hr or less.
I've been thinking about one to duplicate the services of the local rapid transit company myself. Except that their schedules are nothing but PDF photocopies of their paper schedules.
 
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Thanks for the ideas guys. Keep them coming.
 
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