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Nonstandard idea for java beginner and mid developers.

 
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Hi, community

we are on forum, where we help each other by sharing experience

I am experienced java (and other) developer with knowledge in spring, jboss, oracle and so on. I am certified in these subjects.
Know a lot about these words: Spring, Hibernate, JNDI, JMS, Servlets/JSP, Junit, GIT, svn, MS SQL, Oracle, PKI, UML, Design Patterns...hm, and many others
Long ago, when I came to java world, it was hard to find out, which framework to use, when use them and so on. I had a lot of questions about architecture and code design, code management, continuous integration...I know that a lot of developers have the same problems.
But I also have "problem" - not in development, but in communication. English is not my native language, although I use it for years...The problem is in speech practice. I read documentation, write documentation, write emails and forums and have almost none practice in speech. Another one problem is talk subjects: I do English only for software....

I suppose my idea is clear now.

If you are English speaking person, we can meet in skype and I will tell you a lot about java world (and those scary words from above). You will get great info, I will get practice ;)

If you are interested, let me know by email: softwaretalks@yahoo.com, with your skype ID
and I will contact you. I don't say I will contact you immediately - but I will!

thank you!

 
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Welcome to JavaRanch

Direct conversation will be useful for you, particularly so you can practise speaking English.

But that is different from a forum website. We on websites prefer to keep our discussions written. Then they are public and everybody can participate. A telephone conversation (including Skype) is private, so nobody else can take part. We find that we learn valuable lessons from open discussion, and see different opinions from different people.
We also keep a record of the discussions, so they are available months or years later for people to learn from. A telephone conversation is ephemeral, and vanishes after the phone is hung up.
 
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Hi

I also have account at sf.net - for sample publishing and so on. So if developers will have interesting code we will share it, to get back to forum format...
 
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