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Hi,

I have done MSc and MCA is (result-awaited)and only one year experience in java from 2008 to 2009 but during my delivery and caring of baby I am at home for two years so want to know what kind of my CV should be. Should I mention the gap in my CV or not.My command is on core java, jsp and servletIs and struts,is it possible that the employer will entertain me after showing my CV?Give me some suggestion.
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Yes, but as an entry level or fairly junior developer. It's probably equivalent to someone really good who did internships while in university. One year experience isn't that much even if it is current.
 
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