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My Qualifications
I have more than 5 years of hands-on industry experience as a developer, and have been working with Java for over 2 years. During this time, my work with Java has encompassed a wide variety of different technologies, including both client and server side development.
In addition to my Java experience, my database and Unix experience is very strong.� I have been working with many different database systems and Unix flavors since the start of my career.� My experience with these types of systems is not only at the user level, but also at the administrative level for both databases and Unix systems.
On the non-technical side, I have had experience with direct client contact (both onsite and offsite), leading development teams, training user groups, and management of software development efforts.
My Objective
I am looking for a software development position in either Manhattan, San Francisco, Toronto, or Calgary, however I'd be interested in other locations as well, depending upon the opportunity. My preference would be to work on a Java-related project, however I would also be interested in a role in database architecture, project management, or technical leadership.
Contacting Me
Should you wish to obtain a copy of my resume or further discuss my qualifications, feel free to contact me either by phone at (917) 492 - 0787 or via email at Serious inquires only, please.

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