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iam a java developer staying in us for the last 10 months.
iam also a scjp with 78%. i've recently finished a project
in washington dc. right now iam looking for a position using
java,ejb,weblogic platforms in new york city. as the market
is dull now iam not sure what kind of approach is required.
iam on h1 visa with my consulting company in long island new york. what are the possibilities of me getting a contract job
in this regard? or do i need to learn a new concept.
and recently iam also planning to take the java architect exam.
will it be of any help if i pass the part 1 and try to get a job
using that, as passing all the 3 parts will need a lot preparation without doing any job. what kind of response it will
generate if i mention in my resume that i've passed scea part1.
i think i wrote a lot.. sorry for that?
please can anybody help me in this regard and give me advice on this
thanks
ramu
 
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