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Hello Ranchers!
I want to start an open source project in j2ee domain but I need advice from experts in the industry. I really appreciate if you suggest me some project in the j2ee domain that will be helpful both for open source community and also good from the industry point of view.

I am a new graduate still looking for my first job. To give you an idea about my skills, I have following certifications
SCJP, SCBCD, SCWCD

I can use following j2ee frameworks/technologies/tools
Struts, Hibernate, Servlets, EJBs, JSP, Web Service, JUnit, Ant, Rational Rose, RUP (for J2EE)


Thanks in advance for your help and advice.
 
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I'd suggest that if you are a new graduate, you might want to consider signing up to help out on an existing open source project. There's probably a way to browse through the projects hosted at sourceforge and find one that interests you and needs help.
 
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