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looking for small struts projects

 
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hi all

where can i find a small project which involves struts and hibernate framework which i can mention in my resume for job hunt?

am just out of college and want to apply for jobs.

so anyone can anyone guide me here?
 
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Mention in what way? Do you mean you want to develop your own Struts/Hibernate project?
 
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You need someone else project to show as yours?
 
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yes prakash..


david i just want to show some project in my resume.


prakash can you help?
please
 
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What is your graduation? Why would you want to show someone else project? why should not 'you' do that one.. tell me if you are doing that on your own, i will surely help you even personally. if you do that on your own you will learn infinite no. of things from that..
 
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I still don't get what you're trying to do: you want to put a project you haven't worked on on your resume? What good would that do you?
 
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David
it would fetch me a job.
i would get a job if i do that.

because the job profile requires someone who has worked on struts.


prakash

please sir i want the project guidelines as i am a self learner and i can learn on my own.

but for the sake of resume i want it.
 
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So, let me see if I understand completely:

- You want to put a project on your resume
- It doesn't matter if you've actually *worked* on that project
- You're trying to get employers to think you know Struts and Hibernate
- But you're not clever enough to find a Struts and Hibernate project on your own to lie about?

The chances of anybody here helping you are zero. And remember: employers know how to use Google. Employers also know how to spot when people are lying about experience, and the interviews *I* give when I discover that someone doesn't know what they claim to know are *very* uncomfortable for the person being interviewed, particularly when the deception is *deliberate*.
 
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If David said okay i am ready to give my struts project...
 
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no need of asking anyone.

no need of giving too

anyways thanks for not giving.
 
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