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A simple java project for beginners

 
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Hi, i am rad and i m looking for learnning partners.
I just begun  to learn java, so i decided that to learn fast i have to work on some project. And because i am new at the java language i have to look for other beginners to learn together.
So if any one of you is a beginner or want to help beginners to learn java fast, here is my simple java program idea that i want to create with you.
Its a software about it seevices, it need a GUI and mysql database, its cornerstones  are:
- stock
- technicians
- interventions
- regions
- cities
- reports
- clients
- geolocation of the technician

Its a software that track a companey technicians about thier interventions, the time  and place of their intervention,inventory..ect

And we can share our project here for new ideas


Please if anyone is interested in my idea contact me here

Best regards
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

We don't allow such email addresses in posts, so I have deleted it. That looks well beyond the beginner's stage, but good luck finding people to collaborate with you.
 
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Before you jump off the deep end, you could work on mastering basics like organizing your code, writing small chunks of functionality, writing clear and clean code, refactoring, and writing unit tests.

Here's a simple challenge for you: write a program to play TicTacToe. This should take you less than two hours (better if less than hour). You should make the code clean, clear, and well-tested. Many professional developers have a hard time with this exercise, especially when I require them to do it in a Test-driven manner.

You can post your solution in the Code Reviews forum for feedback.
 
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I would be happy if I could join your Team, I made a java library to make an easy GUI
 
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Junilu Lacar wrote:. . . TicTacToe . .  should take you less than two hours . . . .

Good idea; it is surprising what sort of weird offerings we sometime see, however.
 
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