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Volunteer Project Wanted - Gauteng (South Africa)

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BSc Computer Science final year student (2011).
Studying towards OCPJP / SCJP.
+/-2 years experience in developing server-side web applications in Java/JEE.
Fair experience in xml/html/netbeans IDE. Moderate experience working with Eclipse.
Currently working in the accounts/finance industry as a Junior Java Developer.
Looking for unpaid projects/volunteer jobs to help me strenghten my thinking/problem-solving/programming skills.
My resume can be found on linkedin.com search for domingos manuel.
I speak english/portuguese/tsonga. Understand afrikaans but cannot speak.
Based in Edenvale but looking for projects roughly anywhere in Gauteng.
Can be contacted via private message or email to domingos.manhique@gmail.com
Thanks + regards,
Domingos Manuel
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Yeah, There is no shortage of jobs in finance sectors but on the base of your decision whats best for future not on emotion. I am also interested in getting and providing java projects with proper order. I am looking for the employment in africa with great package.
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