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Looking for a Job in San Francisco  RSS feed

 
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Not knowing who to ask, I write in this forum, wich I think is the most serious and active in the Java programming, hoping to receive advices.

In short: I am looking for a job as a Java programmer in the San Francisco area.

I recently passed my first two Sun Microsystems exams (SCJP & SCWCD).
My girlfriend starts a Master in architecture at Berkeley in September and I hope to share this adventure with her.

However, having no Greencard nor sponsor, I need urgently to find a sponsor or more information to facilitate my job search:

  • Where can I find a database of companies working in the IT sector and working with the following technologies: Flash, Flex, Java, Ajax, CSS2.
  • What are the best websites (search engines) for finding a job in the United States? (Monsters ?, JobsDB ? etc.)


  • I have an extensive experience in web design (CSS), and have participated in important projects for bank with RIAs technologies (Flash, Flex) and would like to dive in the server-side world (for this reason I passed these two Sun exams)

    Waiting impatiently for your advices


    PD: I am Italian and speak fluently french and spanish. good looking (I wish) and good cook (She wishes...)
    PD: Sorry for my bad english
     
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