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Get paid for learning and sharing

I am looking for someone who can spend some time reading, practicing, finding faults, fixing and then sharing notes on Spring, Hibernate and other topics in JavaJee.com. I will be paying your internet bill for the month (upto Rs. 1000) for this. So you are learning something useful and getting paid. If you do really well, you might also get a chance to work for us part time and earn more.

If interested, comment on this page that you are interested and please submit the following form with your preferred technology: http://javajee.com/content/volunteer-learning-program. Note: You may or may not get the technology of your choice, but we will try our best to allocate that as per your preference.

 

Why pay for learning and sharing?

I manage multiple websites and it is difficult for me alone to do everything and reach out to everyone. If I reach out to more, I might get more students and may earn more money too (even though I work for my passion and not for money, money is still handy in taking care of hosting expenses!).

So I thought of involving some students or interested people from here to help me on these tasks and in return for their help, I will be taking care of the monthly internet expenses. Most people spend time over internet groups and forums. Why not spend that time learning and sharing, and still earning.

You will be mostly evaluating (hands on) existing notes on newer jar versions, finding issues, reporting them, trying to fix and finally share the fixed notes with your friends.

 

You can read more about the program prerequisites @ http://javajee.com/forum-topic/java-ee-and-frameworks-vlp-program-prereq....

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