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any voluteer work for java ?

 
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is there a company out there that is willing to teach someone java if i was to volunteer for them ?
 
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i also wonder that , and i am sure that there are internships if you are inrolled into a college they might help you find a position like this.
 
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hi
even i would be interested in doing small projects FOR FREE
anyone out there just drop a line at snagee@hotmail.com
it would be a good practice for me
and u would do a big favor
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I don't think there are many commercial companies who would take people on on this basis, but there are thousands of open source projects who are crying out for help. And working on an open source project which gets famous is great on your resum´┐Ż (Linus Torvalds anyone?)
Check out the Apache Group, Sourceforge, Asynchrony, SourceXchange and no doubt lots of others. Look for free or open source projects which you like the look of and get in touch with the project leaders and volunteer for something. What have you got to lose?
 
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Frank,
do you know who i can contact about this volunteer information....please let me know my email is eyuh@technisource.com
Thank you,
Elmer
 
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I don't know directly, how about you look up any of the names I gave using a sensible search engine. You'll find web sites discussing all of these groups.
 
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Frank,
thanks for the help .... i wanted like a mentor who could show me the ropes of Java? any suggestions?
thank you,
Elmer
 
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