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Hallo,

I'm looking for an online Java teacher to clarify some doubts and so on. I'm preparing to sit for SCJP which I plan to sit for by May of next year. I realized I need help in many areas and would rather engage somebody dedicated to helping me understand. Thanks.
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is it a paid job ???

avi sinha
 
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Of course it's a paid job. I forgot to include that juicy bit. Thanks for pointing it out.
 
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well why are you looking for a teacher ??? if you have any confusion in any topic , you can post it here . somebody will help you definitely.

avi sinha
 
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Hi Ida,
reply me details on amrutajoshi2008@gmail.com
I have completed SCJP6 & SCWCD 5
 
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Ida Achi wrote:
Hallo,

I'm looking for an online Java teacher to clarify some doubts and so on. I'm preparing to sit for SCJP which I plan to sit for by May of next year. I realized I need help in many areas and would rather engage somebody dedicated to helping me understand. Thanks.
Ida




Hi,
This is Praneeth(scjp,scwcd),iam in hyderabad india.i am handling online classes from here both scjp and scwcd.spend 1hour time per day infront of you system with head phones.and i will explain each and every topic in scjp,take one demo online class.just like home tutions.

1:1 based classes means one faculty per one person.

requirements to online classes:Head Phones,internet connection,web cam(Optional).

send a test mail for scjp 1.5 syllabus.

duration--depends on you if you want i will finish as fast track.

for further details please contact me. praneeth.scwcd@gmail.com
 
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Also, check with your local Java users' group, if there is one in your area. I know our local group holds Java certification prep sessions each time they meet.

Ron
 
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Dear Ida,

Although, I could see the point of you posting this vacancy of "Java Teacher" within the Jobs Offered section. Perhaps, my advice would be since I assume you are a budding Java developer/programmer starting out in the early stages, one of the biggest benefits of forums like this is that you could have your doubts/problems/ queries...etc cleared by the very same experts/professionals who hang out in such forums.

Further, I would also advice you is that a lot of times even when you have become an expert programmer/developer, the key to learn any programming language (well ! my view on this is .... in life too) is to look for answers yourself and your tools have to be 'why', 'how', 'where'....etc...get my point.

Just my 2 cents....

Josh
 
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