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guide to this young programmer

 
pradeep malviya
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Hello everybody
i have almost touched everything in java including core and as well as server side...but i want to make good but little projects now...
can anybody help me in deciding what project should i take???
 
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Well, what are you interested in? You will be more likely to follow through with a project if you have some interest in using the finished product.
For example, I wanted to know when the weather was getting ugly so I wrote an app to watch the weather service feeds for alerts. It displays the local radar map and alerts (if any) using Java network classes and a Swing GUI. Another time I had some baby pictures to show off, so I wrote a JSP/Servlet app which displayed thumbnails and let people choose a larger size to view. The app sized the pictures on the fly using the core Java image capabilities. Rather than setting up a database, I used directories and property files to store picture captions and other data (page titles and so on).
Do you have any task or interest that could benefit from automation?
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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