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Hey fellow programmers! My name is Alex and i have been learning java for quite awhile now. It has been off and on for about a year now. What i am proposing is that anyone is is interested in learning about programming join me and we can help each other. Even if you don't know much, like me, i would still love if we could work together. Two minds are much better than one. We could skype and/or message someplace and help each other with projects, concepts, and any help everyone might need. I only was dedicated people. If you think that you might program for a couple days and get sick of it, don't reply. Age does not matter at all. Respond ASAP
 
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Hi Alex Katko, I have been waiting for someone like you to come forward. I am interested in your idea.
 
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I am very much interested in learning on java technologies. So I am in. how do we proceed?
 
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Check out your private message
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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