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Need (paid) tutor/mentor

 
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I wasn't sure exactly where or how to ask this question, so I'll throw it out here and see what happens.

I am up against some timelines to get up to speed on IntelliJ IDEA and maven. I would like to hire someone who is an expert on the specific things I need to tutor me and let me pick their brain to get set up and running with this. The things I'm looking for expertise in specifically are:

Java 11
IntelliJ IDEA
javafx
Maven

Or to say it another way, I have a javafx 11 project using maven and IntelliJ.

In particular I want to get  help on the configuration and making sure I understand how dependencies and so forth work in this combination. I'm not looking for coding help per se .  My problem is getting it set up where I can get to the darn coding part!

My desire is not only to get it working but to make sure I understand what's going on. I would be happy to pay a normal rate for somewhere between 1 and 3 hours assistance I would think.

Can someone point me in a direction for this? Where can I find something like this or is there someone here who would be interested in it and meets the qualifications I'm looking for? I would expect to have some sort of phone or WebEx type training / tutoring session. I have an account for that.

Thanks
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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