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Dear ranchers,

I am having one year of experience in java...Currently I am looking for a job so started hunting for a job, and yesterday I cleared technical telephonic interview in one IT company...So they have shortlisted me for the next round called 2 days guest program in their company..

As I got rough idea from HR that they will give me some assignment on database and core java, j2ee...And if I complete that assignment successfully then I will get an offer letter...

I want to achieve this..For this I want the suggestion from you all experienced java professional who can guide me and also can suggest me that what kind of assignment they may give as an interview purpose..

Anxiously looking forward for your feedback...

Thanking you in advance.

Best Regards,
Brijesh Shah
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[ February 01, 2008: Message edited by: Brijesh shah ]
 
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