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Seasoned Software Engineer Looking to Break into Java

 
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I am a very experienced software engineer, familiar with every phase of the full system life cycle.
I have a Master's Degree in Computer Science.
In order to update my skill set I have recently completed some basic Java training and I am currently studying for the SCJP exam.
I am also pursing a certificate program in web development which I plan to complete by November 2010.

My objective is to be a valuable team member where my extensive experience and my new skills are utilized to their full potential.

Please contact me for more information.

Barbara Flink
barbflink@earthlink.net
 
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