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Hi,
I just completed a Trading System(GSTPA) project in Merrill Lynch and I am on the lookout for a new position.
My recent project dealt extensively with J2EE technologies and weblogic server 6.0sp2,which incl ejb�s ,message driven ejb�s XML etc.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Thanks,
Joshua Karunakar
Karunakarj@hotmail.com
Ph 973-460-7877
 
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