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Veena Kumari

Looking for voluntary work in Java:

Software Technical Specialist at HCL Technologies Great Britain

Add more details...I am experienced C++ developer. I am learning Java. I am keen to get project experience in Java. If any one needs any help and that can be done from home only, please let me know

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  • April 29, 2012
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  • Brian R.

    Brian

    Brian R.

    Senior Software Engineer at Basho Technologies

    Have you heard of a thing called open source? There's only about a gazillion projects to choose from. Not only is it a great thing to list on your resume, it helps the open source project as well.

    https://github.com/languages/Java

    Would be a good place to start. Find something that interests you and dig in. Fixing bugs (open issues) is generally the best way to get your feet wet.

  • Dennis C.

    Dennis

    Dennis C.

    Digital Marketing - Conversion Rate Optimization Specialist - Web Analytics - Email Marketing

    Have a look at the Android development environment its all written in Java and there are tons of forms and resources you can use to learn from. Android boot camp on you tube is great tutorial.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mf7z_mrce00&feature=list_related&playnext=1&list=SPE953C0B85B50AB62

    Main page to for documents and downloads.

    http://developer.android.com/index.html

  • Constantine

    Constantine B.

    Software Architect/Developer at Black Duck Software

    I wouldn't recomend starting with Android. This is neach and very specific environment.
    @Brian absolutely correct. Open Source is the best place.

  • Kumar HariShankar

    Kumar HariShankar S.

    Student at Visvesvaraya Technological University

    Checkout sourceforge, github etc for open source projects. Get involved or start a project. Read latest news on java in blogs. Oracle offers java magazine for free. This will help you keep yourself abreast with latest developments in java. Once you have learnt the language and are thorough with the java language basics, learn Servlets & JSP first and then go ahead and learn some framework. I guess Spring MVC framework is pretty hot right now. Head First Java is a good book to learn the Java language. And since you are and experienced C++ developer you'll grasp the java language in no time.

    All the best and Regards

  • Zsolt Z.

    Zsolt

    Zsolt Z.

    engineering expert, coach at Agile Renovation

    Take a look at my Content & Workflow Management development, called ProcessPuzzle: https://github.com/ZsZs/ProcessPuzzleFramework We do serious DDD & TDD. Let me know if you're interested.

  • Veena Kumari S.

    Veena Kumari

    Veena Kumari S.

    Software Technical Specialist at HCL Technologies Great Britain

    Yes I am interested. Please can you give me some pointers to understand
    what it currently does and how I can contribute.

  • Zsolt Z.

    Zsolt

    Zsolt Z.

    engineering expert, coach at Agile Renovation

    Oh great, take a look at http://processpuzzle.com and skim the Features.
    Meanwhile we can get in touch directly.

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