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popular freelance java projects website ?

 
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Hi All

Please tell me about most popular freelance java projects website.

Thanks
[ January 21, 2008: Message edited by: Amir Rafique ]
 
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I think you have posted in wrong forum
 
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Yes, that is true. This is to discuss the basic and beginning level of queries in Java.

You may perhaps try in the Jobs discussion forum!

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Try www.sourceforge.net
 
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I want to get some commercial java projects that I can work on as freelancer.
 
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I have a similar post regarding .net vb etc.

https://coderanch.com/t/32664/Jobs/careers/non-commuting-jobs
 
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