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a M.S seeking a java position

 
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Hi all,
I graduated with M.S in Software Engineering in June 2002 from PA, USA. I have passed SCJP, SCWCD and IBM's WebSphere exams since my graduation. Unfortunately, I'm unable to find a position as a software developer in the past six months. I need to find a junior level java position ASAP in US (any state).
Resume:
http://resumes.yahoo.com/all4watashi/all4watashiyahoocom
email: all4watashi@yahoo.com
Thanks in advance
[ January 17, 2003: Message edited by: Howard Kung ]
 
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