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Junior Development Position - San Francisco Bay Area

 
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Hi Folks,

I'm currently working as a program manager for a large computer company and miss the technical side of things. I'll be taking the Programmers exam next week and have a degree in Computer Science from San Jose State University. I'm looking for an entry level developer position. Hard working, honest, and willing to learn whatever it takes. Please message me and I will gladly furnish my resume. Thanks for your time.

Andreas
 
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Hi Andreas,

I saw your posting on JavaRanch. I need a junior developer in San Diago: Is that something you're interested in?

thanks,
M
 
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I am Nilesh Gandhe, completed my post-graduation from University of pune MCM in the field of computers, I have 6 months project experience, I have completed my SCJP 1.4 and now planning for SCWCD.

I have Java-struts project experience.[6 months]

I am also flexible for relocation.

Kindly reply, on nilesh.gandhe@gmail.com, so that i can send my resume to you.
 
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