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Hi all
I am a sun certified java programmer. I am willing to do projects based on java. I am a beginner for projects. Can anybody suggest any webside where i can get java projects.
It will be very helpful
Thanks
dimple
 
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Are you looking for toy projects that you can do on your own or a team project that you can join? If the later, Source Forge hosts many open source projects. Projects that use Java are listed with the Java Foundry. You can browse the projects there and see try to solicit your services for a project that you find interesting. Source Forge also lists projects that are looking for particular kinds of help. Check out their Help Wanted page.

TopCoder is another good website to help keep your Java skills sharp. They have regular programming competitions which fall under three different broad categories. In an algorithm competition, you have a very limited amount of time to solve three story problems of varying difficulty. The solutions are typically framed as "Write a class with a method that does..." They also have component design and development competitions. With these, you typically have a week to submit a solution to one (or more) of the listed components. I don't think I'll go into any more detail as it is all available through their website. Participation in these competitions requires you to register for a handle. If you decide to register, fill in "Code-Guru" as the referring member

That's all that comes to mind at the moment. I'm sure there are lots of other online resources available for a variety of projects. Hopefully others will add more suggestions as well.

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Talking about projects:
please can Anyone help me. Trying to do an algorithms to calculate score after a jbutton is clicked.


thx

joe
 
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Go to the API docs, read ActionListener. Implement actionPerformed().
 
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Originally posted by jonas okwara:
Talking about projects:
please can Anyone help me. Trying to do an algorithms to calculate score after a jbutton is clicked.


thx

joe



First you need to learn how to ask a question. Second, you need to post the question in your own thread rather than invading someone else's.

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Adding to Layne: and try not to ask us to do your homework without reading a single documentation page.

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Thanks Layne for Suggestions. I will browse diffrent websites .

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