This week's book giveaway is in the OO, Patterns, UML and Refactoring forum. We're giving away four copies of Refactoring for Software Design Smells: Managing Technical Debt and have Girish Suryanarayana, Ganesh Samarthyam & Tushar Sharma on-line! See this thread for details.
I want to Join Cattle Drive, but the Current Salary I get Here is almost equivalent to 200$ ..Also I tried contributing 20$ using Paypal via debit card, but due to Some Government Of India Restrictions , i was unable to do the transactions.
Can a restriction be made in my case.I promise I will Work hard and do my homework sincierly
Everyone here is a volunteer - including the nitpickers. The don't get the money from the tuition, that money goes to offset the expenses Paul incurs keeping this site up and online. You are asking someone to give you an AWFUL lot of their time to help one person, with no benefit to anyone else but you. They could instead spend that time with their families, learning on their own, or spending that time helping dozens of folk through the forums.
Seriously...what is in it for the person who helps you? Yes, we've read your 'woe is me, i don't have any money and my government blocks what I thought might work' story. But none of that is our problem. Your are asking for a lot from strangers and offering nothing in compensation. Why would you expect anyone to help you?
There are only two hard things in computer science: cache invalidation, naming things, and off-by-one errors
Actually, if you cannot afford the cattle drive you can still work through the assignments and post questions you may have about any coding issues that arise. There are forums for Java Beginners, as well as other forums where you can discuss programming questions. The people who post on JavaRanch are always willing to help with free knowledge and advice, but having your code nitpicked is very time-consuming for the nitpickers. If you can't afford to pay for the nitpicking, just try doing the assignments yourself, and asking for help in the appropriate forums when you have questions. Your will still learn to write Java programs, but you won't have your assignments analyzed by the nitpickers. Your code may not be elegant or as easy to read as it would be if you had it nitpicked, but you will have learned something just by doing the exercises.
And it doesn't have to be a CodeRanch nitpicker. It could be that you do the assignments and ask a more experienced friend or colleague to review them.
Whomever "promised" to nitpick for $20, offered. He or she didn't promise. I haven't read this promise, but I want to reinforce the volunteering point. Circumstances change. Even if the person intended to nitpick for $20, that offer isn't necessarily good forever. To which you haven't even contributed $20 so now you are asking for it for free.
Other sites charge different amounts. For example, a BlackBeltFactory coach can cost any amount. You and the coach negotiate it I believe. Why not ask there if someone will coach you for free?