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Java/J2EE/OOAD/Unix/C++/MQ- 6 yrs Exp Looking for Job in Canada

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Hi Sirs/Friends
I am Canadian Landed Immigrant
6 yrs Experience in Java, 4 1/2 yrs in J2EE.
3 yrs Experience in OOAD using Rose/CASE RUP methodologies.
2 yrs Experience in Unix/Shell Scripts/Perl/Proc
2 yrs Experience MQ messaging
1 yr Experience in Swing.
21/2 yrs WebSphere and WSAD5.1-with Rational ClearCase,CVS,VSS etc
3 yrs in WebLogic and WebLogic Integration Studio7.0
2 yrs Experienc in Unit testing including JUnit,JDOclet,Jtest etc.
2 yrs Experience In Banking including CIBC Toronto/Credit Lyonnais
2 yrs Experience in Logistics, Manufacturing Projects including JDE integration.
2 yrs Experience in Govt Projectss.
1 yr Experience in Health Care Projects.Patient Information System.
Sun Certified J2EE Architect for 1 yr
Sun Certified Java Programmer for 4 yrs
Sun Certified Web Component Developer)New Beta Exam-Waiting for results.
Sun Certified Mobile Application Developer(New Beta Exam-Waiting for results)
Badly looking for a Job in Canada.
I am in Toronto, ready to work anywhere in canada
Contact- Phone 416-5378906
Email-dhakshinabalu@hotmail.com, dhakshinabal@yahoo.com
kindly help me
with regards
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