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Hi,
I have cleared my Java Certifiction(SCJP 2) and i am looking for a job. I am here in the United States . Is someone aware of any compqanies who are recuriting java porff now. I am more of an entry level position. I am even ready to work on a voluntary basis. salary is not a criteria...I know java, xml,javascript,oracle.i have prev worked in oracle and access. I have even worked on a project involoving xml,html,xsl,jdbc and oracle 8i
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vidhya.
 
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Hi vidhya,
I'm going to move this over to the Job Discussions forum, you may get more response.
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Jane Griscti
Sun Certified Programmer for the Java� 2 Platform
 
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There are some positions I noticed here, Vidhya. I found some in Canada too. Set up an account to send you emails of postings.
http://jobsearch.monster.com/jobsearch.asp?cy=US&brd=1&lid=&fn=660&q=Programmer

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Hi,
If u r interested in working with full time frontend technologies like swing, applets pls send me u'r resume. We r looking for a person who r interested in the same. The position will be in sandiego.
My mail id is saran_v@yahoo.com
Saran
 
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Just a question, Saran, for My own Info. Why would anyone use Applets and Swings etc, when you have the power of JSPs
Neha
 
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hello saran
I am also looking for an entry level job.I am SCJP and have about 6 months of US experience.Can I send in my resume too.
Rup
 
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Neha
Hope this link will answer your question and this is one of the reason for using swing in our frontend.
Saran

[This message has been edited by Saran Vel (edited September 28, 2001).]
 
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Originally posted by Neha Sharma:
Just a question, Saran, for My own Info. Why would anyone use Applets and Swings etc, when you have the power of JSPs
Neha


Did you buy Krishna Anand's opinion?
OK Let me help u understand with an example.
Do you use jsp "powered" web based IDE for writing your java code?
Because ALL the good java IDEs are use swing for UI.
Come out of internet and think. Java is everywhere. Its not just jsps, servlets and ejbs. sizable amount is something else and its growing every day.
Thanks
Shashank
 
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thks Saran interesting link
rather interesting article!
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