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Looking for J2EE project

 
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After more than 10 years of being "all-in-one" programmer, I would like to make focus on J2EE development.

My summarized pure Java experience is approx. 5-6 years, where J2EE/EJB work is relatively short (less than a year). Currently I am involved in JBoss+EJB3.0 project, and having time to participate in more projects.

My location is Sankt-Petersburg, Russia. Remote form of co-operation is not new for me, I developed products for foreign (Finnish) IT company and ready to provide both professional and personal references.
I am looking for long term relationship. Part-time employment may evolve into full time in furture, in case of mutual interest.
Today this might be a chance for you to move some "lazy" project forward, if it seems expensive to hire full-time J2EE expert for such task. The payment could be work-based, i.e. performed upon completion.

The detailed CV is available upon your request. Feel free to contact me with any questions dkane1@gmail.com . Thank you.
 
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