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Thread: Greetings!

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    Default Greetings!

    Hello everyone,

    My name is Dean and I'm an extreme beginner in Java. As a matter of fact, I started very recently. But while I was learning few basics I realized it was appropriate to meet new people in this field to gain more experience... it's the same method I used to learn English! I'm trying to reach a degree of satisfaction by improving my skills effectively and at a decent rate. I practise on a daily basis.

    What I would like to achieve by learning Java is "translating" my ideas to a program that fulfills my needs, and others'. And why not learn other languages?

    Thank you, and have a wonderful day my friends.

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    Default Re: Greetings!

    Meeting people and sharing ideas with them is an excellent way to learn and understand new material. Practicing and applying what you learn is critical. Welcome, and good luck!

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    Default Re: Greetings!

    Thank you sir. I look forward to communicating with you soon.