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Swedish Java developer looking for job in India

 
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Hi all,

do anyone know any good IT-company that is looking for a j2ee developer at entry level in India. I have a swedish degree in mathematics and computer science. I also have the SCJP, SCWCD and SCBCD certifications in Java. Furthermore I have knowledge of JBoss, Struts, Eclipse and Ant.

Any tip is welcome! Also tips about good web sites where IT jobs in India is posted would be great.

If you would like to get more information about me (like my CV), please email me at
su99-bsa@nada.kth.se with some information about your company, what you do and what you would like me to potentially do in your company.

best wishes
Kalle
 
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Try naukri.com or jobsahead.com

- Manish
 
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Hi Kalle Anka,
Will you think of carrer in Germany(Frankfurt)? My company is looking for some java/j2ee programmers at entry level and 4-5 years experience level.

if interested, Send me your resume at milindnaik1@gmail.com

Regards,
Bhiku.
[ September 27, 2005: Message edited by: Bhiku Mhatre ]
 
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