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Hi there,

My name is Alex, I'm from Argentina (south of South America).
I'm really new in this telecommuting market, but that doesn't mean I'm new in Java. Actually, I have been working for 5 years developing web enterprise applications in Java using techs like Eclipse, Tomcat, Hibernate, JUnit, AJAX, Web Services through Axis 1, bla bla bla.

I would like to start making some good relations with people that could provide and rely upon me, with some international freelance work, or even something serious kind of full time remote telecommuting.
My native language is spanish but I can speak, write, read english really good (I have been living in New Zealand for a year).

If anyone's willing to give this a try, don't hesitate and let's knock at my emails door. Send me any question to alejandro.delio at google's mail, and I would be pleased to talk and send you my resume.

Cheers everybody!
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