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Chinnu Chinmy
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Hi all,
I am a new member to this site. I found the site interesting.I completed my MCA in 2002, but since there were no much openings when i passed out of the univesity, i was forced to work in some other field for 8 months. I just wanted to know if there are any openings in any startup companies or let me know how do i approach.
thank u. chinnuchinmy@javaranch.com
 
Asadullah Timiri
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Kavitha,
First, you should be clear & strong enough in some area of expertise like Java/J2EE/XML/JSP/Testing or related to some other technologies. By the way, I'd suggest you to subscribe a good job-alert group where you can see lot of openings/walk-in are coming out these days. To name a few
polods@yahoogroups.com
You can also approach some professional consultancy. I believe a silver lining is finally emerging from behind the dark clouds of recession! Companies are slowly going into the hiring mode after nearly two years of frozen recruitment and retrenchments. And the good news is that this hiring spree is not confined to any specific sector. It is a boom time for recruitment across industries.
Try to keep yourselves up to date by doing extra stuff on your own. For example, you could install Linux on your machine, try learning Unix system administration, database administration, create small programs using jdbc/j2ee/ejb etc. Keeping aside something like 8 hours per week should be more than enough for this. This will demonstrate initiiative, self learning capability and motivation on your part and help you get a better job much more easily.
So, lets keep trying sincerely, hopefully you will get the stunning Job soon.
Asadullah
 
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