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Hi,

I am thinking about getting involved in some open source projects in Java, does anyone know where I can find some projects ?

thanks,
J.C
 
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Both sourceforge.net and dev.java.net have plenty of projects to choose from. Am I understanding this right, you want to get involved in something, and don't care what it is? What are the goals you're trying to achieve?
 
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Hi, james
This is is one of the best site for open source..prj's
http://java-source.net/
regards
cinux
 
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Hi Ulf,

I really want to improve my skills as a programmer and have skills that are in demand in the market. I have a few java certifications but don't feel that they would help improve my skills as much as working on large projects (such as open source projects).
 
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