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help needed to do professional java projects with a group of people?

 
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Is there any chance on javaranch to do a professional project with other professionals on java? I think, i clearly understand java codes. So, need to do more practice with a professional application developer. No need to pay me, just wanna work with a professional java developer's team(Can be java 5, j2me or jEE).

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Why not look at contributing to an open source project?
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Why not look at contributing to an open source project?


Thanks for response. Can anyone please inform, how can i? I will be very pleased.
 
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You can search (maybe start one?) in the repositories of Google Code, Sourceforge and Github.
 
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Not a "beginning" question. Moving thread.
 
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This is actually an FAQ in Job Discussion for example this thread. Moving to Jobs Discussion.
 
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