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Mentor Tutor required for Java developer 'distance working' occassional

marten kay
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Joined: Feb 03, 2007
Posts: 178

Hi

Over the past 8 years or so I have been learning JAVA and related technologies to create an educational web app. I have taught myself and worked on on my own on a part-time bases with the ranch being very patient and supportive of my efforts.

My web-app is now gaining some broader interest and I need to prepare for working with a (scrum like) team. Not having been in the industry I have many basic gaps in my Java knowledge and I don't have a network of expert colleagues on which to draw.

I am looking for someone in the Java Ranch community who might be willing and able to engage with me via emails to provide advice on an ad-hoc basis regarding basic Java type matters like how to prepare and set-up a professional development and deployment environment?

I can to pay within reason.

My key technologies are Java, Servlets and Postgres with JQuery/javascript and HTML built on the fly. I use the NetBeans IDE with an SVN repository, and at this stage use builds provided by NetBeans to deploy to my serving host whose world is a mystery to me. So creating a proper development and deployment process/system is a key concern at the moment.

Is there anybody out there with sufficient bags of experience and time and willing to assist? I think experience is key here, as I lack understanding of the nuances.

All work via email.

Thanks

Marten


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Sai Surya
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Joined: Feb 08, 2006
Posts: 460

Hi Marten,

Please check your PM (private message / purple mooseage) I sent to you.

Thanks & Regards,
Surya.


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