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Need a project to start my career

 
kiran kumar reddy
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hi i need a java project either in java or j2ee to start my career..i completed my graduate 1year before and i am still unemployed i learned java/j2ee....so was thinking to put 1 year experience i need a project to put in my resume and i don't need any code..i just need explanation and how it works that's it ...and i am good at java...just need a project to start my career....i don't know this is a rite request but need to do it to start my career.....please helm in this regard..
 
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Maybe I'm misunderstanding you, but it sounds like you want to claim 1 year's experience of somebody else's Java/JEE project on your CV, without actually doing any work. Is that correct?
 
kiran kumar reddy
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chris webster wrote:Maybe I'm misunderstanding you, but it sounds like you want to claim 1 year's experience of somebody else's Java/JEE project on your CV, without actually doing any work. Is that correct?


not exactly. but i need one project which is in j2ee/java to put in my resume and explanation so that i can face interview and get success. If they ask subject other than project i will answer them myself because i am good at java. I am putting 1 year exp. in my resume so i need any project..
 
arulk pillai
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Why not work on a self-taught project and then add that to your CV. Alternatively, contribute to an opensource project.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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