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Hi all,
Am looking for any forum or websites where i can take up small projects and if somethings come up in between i can ask the people out there. Actually in my company most of the work is like maintenance and enhancement work ,so deals with rarely with enhancement and coding.that once or twice in a month, so i don't want to loose my skills as i have already forgotten some of the things. Thats why am looking for such website or any forums you may advice where i can do something and moreover learn and refine my knowledge in Java/J2ee domain. I went to some websites with open source but i guess they require more experienced guys and as am just starting my career since last 1.8 years so am looking a website which may have projects from beginners to expert level. So that involving in them would fetch me good knowledge and expertise which i'm missing in my present company and this is a hurdle for getting in other companies as no good work exp i/m getting here. I'm learning all the things on my own like JSP,Servlets,AJAX,EJB,Core Java but as their implementation here is too less and moreover it rarely go that much into depth. Moreover am forgetting things which are not in touch, then again have to see them... I guess you may have got an idea what i'm trying to convey. If anyone of you is aware of such forums and websites please inform me here, so that i may not left out in technology and skills in this Java world.. Once i have good idea of all by involving into projects here i would jump to some good development company..

Thanks you all in advance. Awating for your responses...
 
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Hi Pranav

Try some of the tutorials at http://www.lulu.com/java-success and for any further help go to the appropriate forum in JavaRanch and/or send a mail (email address is listed on the tutorials). Nothing beats getting a hands on experience. Good luck. Also Rick Hightower has got very useful tutorials and google for it.
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hi,

Try these links:

Topcoder

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Enjoy Coding !!!
 
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Thnku you all for providing the necessary advices. Thanks again
 
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