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Thread: Hey Guys, A brazilian over here!

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    Cool Hey Guys, A brazilian over here!

    Hi guys, my interest in this group is (besides discussing Java) find people to work with on simple projects, to improve my skills and face challenges together, because is too hard to find people who really want to share knowledge nowadays. Do you wanna do it? Or give a chance to someone that want to learn more and more? please, e-mail me.
    I'm from Brazil,18years old and just got accepted in University on Computer Science. Thank you for the attention.


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    Default Re: Hey Guys, A brazilian over here!

    Welcome! I've seen requests like yours for online or Skype study partners, and the response is never strong, or it's not visible to everyone. I myself tried partnering with someone, but our learning paces didn't match, we had different interests, used a different book, etc., so the partnership quietly dissolved. I recommend you strike out on your own. Find a book you like and begin studying and working example problems. Come here when you need help. Let us know if you need help getting started.

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