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Sorry, if I choose wrong forum.

I'm looking for an english team or people who want studing in computer since together. Also I want to improve my english and programming skills. I writing on Java at lest six mounts without any codereview from a profi who can direct me and show me my wrongs.
Why english? Becouse english side of internet have many useful information.

I'm almost finish university, I read many theory but without practice this dosen't have a point. I think if studing in a team it's will have more effective.
I developed on java a small things like: web-downloader, packet packer for nio sockets, simple backend with jetty and hibernate, now I try comprehend spring framework.

So, I need a man who want teaching together and don't kill me for my english.
Oh, yeah, sorry for my english I working on it.
My contact: alproudly1@gmail.com
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

I shall move you to one of our Java® fora. I suggest you will get better feedback from us than most places.
Please tell us how much experience you have, and how much you understand about object‑oriented programming.
 
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Hi Tony,

I second what Campbell said. CodeRanch is a great place to be. Especially for beginning programmers. I also belong to that category. The people here (whether they are experienced or not) are really helpful and understanding.

When I got over my fear of asking silly questions, I realised that no one here will judge you. On the contrary, even the experienced programmers vividly remember what it was like in the beginning. People here take the effort of illustrating topics with a custom example - with or without a reference to official documentation.

It is a great community. I hang out here all the time. To most questions I don't know the answer myself, but when there is one that fits right up my alley, I try to contribute (when I am fast enough)  

Whenever you have a question, you can search through previous topics, or create a new post yourself.
 
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