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Hey everybody.

I looked over the internet and there are lots of forums about java programming but i was wondering is there anything that java raw begginers have for interacting, communicating i mean.
Where begginers could meet over skype or something.

Im learning java and im alone in this. Every question that i have and dont know the answer, i cant debate with someone, talk to anyone beacuse no one learns java around me. There are
developers, but no begginers. Can anyone reccomend something?
 
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We don't have chat functionality on the website here, but ofcourse the purpose of this forum is to help people who are learning Java. Don't hesitate to ask questions here!
 
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Jesper de Jong wrote:We don't have chat functionality on the website here, but ofcourse the purpose of this forum is to help people who are learning Java. Don't hesitate to ask questions here!



Yea i know. But i would really like to meet begginner java programmer that have just started programming and actually talk, excange ideas, someone on my level, not an actual experienced developer.
There are no one actually learning java where i live, lazyness i think and i would really like to meet someone over skype or something that i could just chat about java. An actual begginer.
 
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If some java begginer is interested in that, send me a pm.
 
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There are lots of beginners here, who discuss things on the forum. If you would like to meet people face to face, please tell us where you live. Name of town, for example.
 
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Have you checked to see if there is a JUGs (Java User Group) near you?

http://www.java.net/jugs/java-user-groups
 
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A "JUG"? I never knew that's what Java users' groups were called, but now, of course, it's obvious that's what they would be called.

Man, what a truly inspired choice the name "Java" turned out to be.
 
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