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Looking for Job in UK (EU National) - Java,Spring,Hibernate 2 years Experienced in India

 
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I am a french national of Indian origin currently working in India. I am currently working in Bangalore, India
I have 2 years and 9 months of experience as Java Web Developer.
I am experienced in Java, Spring,Hibernate, Maven, JQuery. I have worked in complete SDLC of a project. I am strong in Core Java programming.
I worked in UK for a period of 3 months at client location as onsite project coordinator.

Since i am EU national , I planing to move career to UK. I am currently serving my notice period with my current employer. I will be available at UK from 10th April 2012.
If any body interested in My profile. Please leave your message at goviram@gmail.com.
 
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