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Vasilis Souvatzis
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Hi all, I just finished my JavaEE 7 thesis project and I would like some feedback about anything really. Java code, general structure of my project, flaws in my Views...

Is there a specific place in the ranch I can ask for such thing?
 
Tim Cooke
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Unfortunately we don't have a dedicated forum for members to submit code reviews. Reviewing even a modestly sized project is a considerable undertaking, and as we are all volunteers here it would be highly unlikely that you'd find anyone willing to do it.

My first recommendation would be to find someone in your faculty, whether that be your project tutor or another student/researcher, to sit down with you for a few sessions and guide them through your application inviting them to make suggestions and comments as you go.

My second recommendation would be to pick a small part of your program and post it in a suitable forum here at CodeRanch, tell us what your thoughts are on the code, what its purpose is, and what you are feeling uneasy about. With a smaller example, and a more focussed question you are more likely to get some constructive help.

Best of luck.
 
Jaikiran Pai
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One of our moderators, Katrina Owen has created http://exercism.io/ exactly for this kind of community code reviews. Maybe you'll find that helpful.
 
Vasilis Souvatzis
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That's totally fine, I understand.

I'll pick your second recommendation since there aren't many that are familiar with JavaEE in my university, maybe none even.

I will compose a file with code I'd like feedback on, there are some parts I feel could be improved.

Thanks Tim

edit: Just noticed your post Jaikiran, I'll check it out. Thanks
 
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