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Thread: Need java mentor

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    Default Need java mentor

    I need java mentor that tells me things i need to do and acts as my guide, I really want to do something with my damn netbeans with java SE but i dont know what to do. If you'll be my mentor you wont regret it. Thanks


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    Default Re: Need java mentor

    I know this is a very late reply but I wasn't around. First off Netbeans is a great IDE and it's Java support is top notch. First thing I'd do is look into videos by Derek Banas on youtube. He has a tremendous Java tutorial series available plus he does training on a lot of other cool concepts like Refactoring, Design Patterns, etc. that you should explore. A lot of is tutorials are Eclipse based however so you can either download it or try to adapt with Netbeans.