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Help running an Rsps.

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[FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=4][CENTER]Hello, I am fairly new to creating a Rsps and i am looking for a partner who might be able to assist me in such. I am a very reliable person and easy to work with so don't worry about me bossing you around or anything.

The things i need help with are the technicals basically, I need somebody who is good at coding and can teach me to do so aswell. Also put some nice planning into the source/client to make sure we can get a nice rsps for everyone to play.

The things i can guarantee.
*Pay for a vps to have it online
*Advertise and design homepages and banners
*Very fast learner so if i get the right person i can code in no-time
*Set up donation system through paypal
*And much more

If you wish to contact me to talk about this please add me on skype at codyclark4545 or just inbox me on Rune-Locus

Thanks so much! :)

Here is some of my work below :)[/CENTER][/SIZE][/FONT]

[SIZE=3]Banner for previous rsps[/SIZE]
[attachment=37:banner.jpg]

[SIZE=3]home page for previous rsps[/SIZE]
[attachment=38:Homescreen.jpg] Edited by 45tigers

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*Very fast learner so if i get the right person i can code in no-time

[url]www.youtube.com[/url]
[url]www.udemy.com[/url]
or google java tutorials.

also not going to lie, your homepages/banners look like you made them with MS paint.

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[quote name='falconpunch']*Very fast learner so if i get the right person i can code in no-time

[url]www.youtube.com[/url]
[url]www.udemy.com[/url]
or google java tutorials.

also not going to lie, your homepages/banners look like you made them with MS paint.[/QUOTE]
No, no, no. I would recommend starting off with [url=http://www.codecademy.com]Codecademy[/url] for interactive learning. Whilst doing this; research [url=https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/reallybigindex.html]Oracle's Really Big Index[/url]. You would learn in a flash!

However, udemy may not be a bad idea, either.

Edit:
Ah, forgive me. I must have forgotten Codecademy does not have Java tutorials as of yet. Edited by Game Master

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