Hello, I have over 5 years of experience developing enterprise solutions using J2EE and also Microsoft technologies. Please do let me know if there are any requirements. I am open to volunteer and actual job positions around the GTA area. Thank you, Amit
Hello Amit, WHy don't u start a new company or at least participate in an open source project or make your own project with Muzammil H. Khokar and Brock Johnson , both wanna do vol. job in java and are around Toronto??
Hello Muzammil and Brock, Starting a new project sounds like a great idea. I am definitely willing to get into something new or join an open source project. Send me your contact details and I will get in touch with you. Thank you, Amit.
Great, If you need ideas, I can give u some (good ideas, but without full Business Plan).. And once you will become rich, let me know Any other ranchers wanna join these guys, I think that one should not stay without activity, and according to some posts I have read around, there are many free people.
Hola, Well for a good project you can check out : compiereIt is an ERP/CRM system. If you have business and enterprise process skills, u might as well be a partner and help people implement the system in-house. If you don't, u can learn about CRM/ERP systems by developing a mobile (j2me) client to the system. it is a good product, and all companies that use it would be interested. A smaller CRM system with a j2me client get u inspired is CRM with mobile Client, You can adopt the system to suite Requirements/project management in outsourcing companies for example (Add chat with client/ client Story/RS repository. If you don't wanna get involved in such a big project, you guys can make a simple J2me game. It would not take you more then 3-4 months if u r 4 guys (This is a strong point of any j2me app, even if you had resources, you can not really make an application that exeeds say, 2-3 man years) and u have different operators/mobile manif. as free distribution chanels (with sharing %). If you want to participate (or start)in an open project, I advice you to check Sourceforge for subjects of your interest. For serious ideas, I would prefer to keep 'em to myself: D unless you are willing to give me a license of the resulting code, or make it public.