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I will Work Hard for Less Salary on live j2ee project

 
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Hi,

I am Dileep Kumar i have completed BE in computer science from VTU university in 2004 from karnataka state,India.

I have undergone training courses from Sun Educational Services,USA on sl_275 and sl_314.I have course completion certificate from Sun MicroSystems USA.I had invested many bugs for this courses.

I have cleared scjp exam with 70% one month back.Now i am preparing for scwcd i am giving exam within 2 weeks without fail.

If anybody is giving me a opportunity for interview on java and j2ee i will prove my self.I will be very thankfull to them.

waiting for response.If u want my resume plz mail me to
dilepkrishna@rediffmail.com
mobile no= 09886220336
 
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Although J2EE in demand,getting hands on experience on J2EE project is little difficult here.IMO,take any job now and then continue towards certification.Even if people have say 3 years exp in J2EE but now a gap of 6 months,companies reject the resume.
 
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