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Regardinh job requirnment in Java/j2ee

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This is sapna tare. I have am holding H1-B.
I am looking for job in Usa -(Dallas,Plano,NJ) anywhare.
i am very much disappointed.

Even i am ready to come to india for some time if compony is ready to transfer H1 & send back to USA.
kindly help me to forword my resume in you's organization.
Contact Email-sapnatare@gmail.com

To brief about self, I have 6+ years of experience in J22E/Java & related technologies.

To the extent that the required position, I have specific experience in Java, JSP, JSTL1.0 J2EE1.4, Struts, EJB, XML, Spring2.0, Hibernate3.0, PL/SQL, SQL and Oracle9i,Webservices, Soap.
Experience in using Weblogic 8.1, Eclipse 3.0, blazix, websphere, experience Tomcat, and Apache web server.

My responsibilities are coding, deploying application bug fixing, debugging applications, documentation, meeting project
Deadlines and delivering complex solutions qualitatively & code reviews on modules developed by other team members & mentoring junior developer

In addition I have participated in managing Team & assigning the task, performing technical interviews for J2EE team positions.

kindly keep in touch on my mentioned Email-ID
Best Regards,
Sapna Tare
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