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We provide free project help to students and javajee members. But we don't want to burden ourselves or give false promises.
Please let us know about the project with timelines as early as possible and get a confirmation from us. We will ask for any additional details we may need.
Though we don't encourage coming to us late after a project start, we still try to help the best way we can even for 'Work In Progress' projects.
Please let us know the issue or query you are having either through forum, contact, or javajeedotcom fb page. If confidential, please use the contact form.
Case 1: If you are stuck up on a issue for a standalone project and need help in resolving it, follow the below steps:
Talk to us about the issue and get confirmation.
After getting a confirmation, send us the eclipse project to the email id we provide along with clear steps to reproduce the issue.
Case 2: If you can't send the complete project for any reason, do the following:
Create a standalone eclipse project with the issue you are facing with hardcoded values. For instance, if you are not able to send xml, try creating an application that can send xml with dummy values.
Reproduce the issue yourself.
Send us the eclipse project to the email id we provide along with clear steps to reproduce the issue.
Case 3: If you can't send the standalone project, we might not be able to help you hands on, but will try to guide you to the solution. We don't prefer this approach unless it is necessary as it takes more time than otherwise.
Also, see our onsite project help FAQ question.
Currently we provide onsite project at your place help only @ Bangalore, India.
We take this as an opportunity to learn something new. You learn through mistakes and we believe we can learn more working with more people and their mistakes.
This is also free and we do in our free times, weekends or other holidays. But we may charge you for travel and accomodation in some cases.
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