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Looking for a job in San Diego / LA area

 
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Hi all,
I am looking for a Java developer position in San Diego/LA and would appreciate any assistance you could provide.
I have six years� Java programming experience, have successfully designed and implemented many database-driven, n-tiers and multithreaded web applications. Serve as the webmaster of two popular websites. Technical expertise includes Java/J2EE, Visual Basic, ASP, SQL, and OOA/OOD. Received B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science. Certified in SCJP 1.4 and SCWCD.
If any situations come to mind where you think my skills and background could fit, or if you have any suggestions as to others with whom it might be beneficial for me to speak, I would appreciate hearing from you. My email is kelvinhung2@hotmail.com.
** I am also interested in doing part-time volunteer J2EE development.
Regards,
Kelvin
 
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