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Venkat Natarajan
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I have to write code in java for any practical application of it... my teacher suggested that I write code for a food ordering service, but I find that too boring, but I am out of ideas. Can someone please give me some suggestions?
 
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What interests you? a music manager? video games? library books? running/biking/fitness?

There is an endless list, but the trick is usually to start with something you are interested in - a personal hobby - and say "What would make me doing my hobby easier?".
 
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Let me first make it certain that food ordering IS a practical application.
I think the terms "interesting" and "boring" are purely subjective. So if you think about the fact that you are building an application right from scratch, then food ordering does become interesting as it would still be your creation.
If you want the use of the application to be interesting, then think of building an online dating service or a social app better than current popular ones .
 
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Lighting dimmer control for garage/restaurant/office. Solar-powered Roomba LEGO sorter. Speech recognition to text compiler. I dunno, what do you like to do? What would you rather be doing now at this very moment?
 
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