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Anybody have any advice on how to improve this ? I will really appreaciate it.
Job Objective:
Looking for a challenging software development position.
Skills and Qualifications:
�J2SE: network programming (TCP and UDP), applet, RMI, AWT, JavaBeans, JDBC. Javasoft’s code convention, persistent object design, JUnit.
�J2EE: servlet, Jsp, JavaMail. Knowledge of EJB.
�OOD: UML, standard design pattern, enterprise Java pattern.
�Web: HTML, JavaScript, CSS. Experience with several Model-view-controller (MVC) frameworks including apache Struts. Firm understanding of HTTP.
�Database: SQL, simple database design. Experience with oracle 8.
�XML: DTD. Experience with JAXP, DOM and JDOM.
�Tools: IDE: VisualAge 3,2, JBuilder 4,3,2; Application server: WebSphere 3.0, 3.5, Tomcat 4.0;
�Other software: Visual SourceSafe 6.0, StarTeam 3.0, PCAnywhere, WinRunner 6.0, LoadRunner 6.0, DreamWeaver 3.0,4.0.
�Other programming languages: ANSI C, ANSI C++, TSL (WinRunner).
Professional Experience:
Programmer/Analyst, xxx, 12/04/2000 - 06/22/2001
Environment: WebSphere 3.0, DB2, VisualAge 3.5, Windows 2000, Visual SourceSafe.
�Developed a web-based email system using JavaMail. Developed J2EE version of an AS/400 based legacy search application with a proprietary MVC framework.
�Designed and developed an enterprise logging system in Java. The software consists of a lightweight log client, a central logging server, and a HTTP server. It uses UDP for logging and HTTP for reporting.
�Redesigned an existing proprietary object-relational mapping tool to support join query and lazy data retrieval.
�Refactored existing servlets to separate view and business logic and provide better performance.
Junior Developer, xxx, 01/4/2000 - 11/30/2000
Environment: Tomcat, Oracle 8, JBuilder 3, JDK 1.1-1.2, Windows NT 4.0.
Worked with client companies as Java consultant. Developed web applications with a proprietary MVC framework. Developed applet client for a real-time bidding and chat system. Co developed a performance monitoring system marketed as PAM developer. Enhanced proprietary tools for object-relational and object-xml mapping. Used WinRunner and LoadRunner for functional and stress testing of websites. Administered version control and bug tracking system.

Network Technician, xxx , 11/19/1998 - 12/30/1999,
�IBM Certified Solution Developer - IBM WebSphere Application Server, Version 3.5
�Sun Certified Programmer for Java 2 Platform.
�IBM Certified Specialist - IBM WebSphere Application Server, Standard Edition, Version 3.5.
�Microsoft certified professional for Windows 95.
�A+ Certification.
xxx, CA
Major: Computer Science
Completed nearly two years of college courses with good standing.
Professional Interest:
Design pattern, web tier MVC design.
[ March 21, 2002: Message edited by: zakaria haque ]
[ March 21, 2002: Message edited by: zakaria haque ]
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You might also want to refine your objective to be a little more specific.
Job Objective:
Mid-level Java software development position.
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Objective section is a great place to talk about yourself. Everyone knows your objective right?
-- You want their job.
I prefer to talk about myself to piont out my skills that matches company's search criterias.And I don't use a title of Objective. ( makes it modern looking)
Resume is a marketing tool use it as one.
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