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SCJP. Wanting entry-level Java in St. Louis, MO

 
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I just passed the SCJP 1.4 exam with an 85%. I have over 4 years of programming experience with Visual FoxPro. Even though this language is not widely used, it is a OOP programming language which allows for inheritance, encapsulation, ect. I would like to find an entry-level Java programming position in the St. Louis, Missouri area.
I will also be pursing either the SCWCD certification or the SCBCD certification soon.
You can e-mail me at: dspaethe@netzero.com
 
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