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I'am J2EE developer, from Thaniland. I work with Java for 5 years.
I looking for J2EE job that I can work at my home. Last work, I try to search for Java job that work as virtual office but no job matched my requirement.
Please suggest me the ways that I can find the virtual office job.

My skill are:
1. JSF for 4 years.
2. Java for 5 year.

I related with these frameworks:
- J2EE
- JSF, JSP, Servlet
- JPA - EclipLink, Hibernate
- EJB 3.1, Stateless, ActiveMQ
- Primeface

Client frameowrks:
- JQuery + plugin + custom plugin
- Basic javaScript

Development Tools:
- Netbeans
- Eclipse
- IntelliJ
- Tortoise SVN
- Visual SVN
- Maven (only usage)
- MySQL, Oracle

My experiences:
- University's library system
- ECommerce website for big store
- Hotel reservation system
- Many small J2EE projects
- Ecommerce website like -- current project

** I away in requirements, analysis, design and develop phases.
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Hi sma yim,

Do you have experience in writing Java tutorials?

I have open positions for technical writers on JSF topics.
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