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Software developers with strong Java skills. XML and J2EE skills a big plus. We have openings for both server-side and UI/Presentation layer work.
Positions require :
2+ years experience using component models and Object-Oriented languages (Java,C++)
1+ years Java experience with heavy emphasis on XML, and J2EE technologies
4 year degree in computer science or engineering or math
Positions are in Dallas Texas. Salary ranges is $25,000-$45,000/yr depending on experience.
Due to continuing IT worker shortage, H-1B transfer is possibility, but only for candidates with established US work experience.
Email resume: txrecruit@uomail.com
 
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hi,
This is Subrata Mukherjee, a M.Tech from IIT with around 3 years of IT consulting experience in java,jsp,ejb,xml with lots of live project implementation experience. Presently i am working as a Consultant to Pricewaterhousecoopers Ltd.
I am a H1B ready candiadate.
I would like to opt for your offer.
plz revert back on this regard.
mail me - jake_ind@yahoo.co.in
 
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At the rate you are willing to pay... the only applicants you will see are H1B or folks right out of college without actual job experience... JMHO...
 
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I strong agree with Jon.
 
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I am a H1b visa holder and have a M.S computer science. I would rather wait for a couple of more months than take such a low pay. It will probably compensate in a month.
 
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Hi,
The rate he wants to give to the potential employee is $12.50 - $22.50 I think at this rate I would work as Cab driver than a software developer.
By the way you can get <yourname>@uomail.com address without paying a $0.01. It's similar to hotmail and yahoo. So for those who ever responding to this ad, please check the credetinals before applying to the jobs. He is definitely fooling with this list members.

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All replies must be to the poster of the Job Offer.
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Sun Certified Developer for the Java 2 Platform
 
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$25,000-$45,000/yr mean 10 hours per week is this correct?
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