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Thread: Hello Java folks

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    Default Hello Java folks

    Hello and I'm glad I found this forum. I'm taking classes towards an IT degree at University of Phoenix. I'm not intending to be a programmer, my ideal job is to interface between the IT folks and the non-technical business users.

    I'm fighting my way through the Java courses at U of P and struggling with Java. I hope I can get some tips and pointers to get me through my coursework. I want to learn what I'm doing wrong, not have someone do my work for me.

    I'm hoping to learn a lot browsing the forums and posting when I get "stuck". I got here looking for an answer to a problem on a homework assignment (already turned in, and my instructor seems LESS than helpful with feedback.)

    Oh, the screen name? I am a black belt in Tae Kwon Do, so I break boards!

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    Default Re: Hello Java folks

    Hello and welcome boardbreaker

    Glad you found us, I'm sure we'll be able to give you a hand in the future.

    // Json

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