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Looking for entry-level software engineer in DC metro area for development of advanced web-based applications. Proficiency in Java and Java-based web applications is a must. Our team is small and effective communication is essential. Our clients primarily include Department of Defense components involved in the Intelligence community.

Please email me for further info if interested:

jeffrey.hunter@ngc.com
 
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Hi Jeffery,

I am writing programs in Java language .So will this job be better for me ??

I am from India .
 
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Apologize for not adding the following to my post:

US Citizenship is required.
 
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Washington is getting really advanced in technology that is why they�re using Java, which is a programming language that makes everything easier. It has different applications for different types of things that people want to do.

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