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I am a recent graduate from the University of Rochester, as my resume indicates. My degree was not in a technologically based field, however I always had an interest in programming and internet development. After graduation I decided to pursue a Sun Microsystems Java 2 Programmers Certification, which I felt would give me some (although admittedly preliminary) qualifications for a programming job. I passed that exam after 3 weeks of preparation and am studying JDBC, RMI, and Swing among other advanced Java topics as I look for a full time position.
I am particularly looking for positions in the Washington DC area... however I am willing to relocate to other parts of the continental United States if the right opportunity presents itself. Please feel free to e-mail for my resume. And oh yeah I am a US Citizen, so no sponsorship necessary.
 
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