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Looking for J2EE/JEE6 remote part-time freelance work

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This is Sharif. I have 3 years experience working with enterprise application development in J2EE/JEE6. I am currently looking for part-time freelance J2EE/JEE6 jobs which I can do remotely.
I am ready to commit full-time during weekends and 2 hours every weekdays.

My skill sets are as follows:
Back-end - J2EE, JEE6, Servlets, Spring, Hibernate, Seam, JPA, EJB, CDI, Log4j
Front-end - JSP, JSF, Primefaces, HTML5, CSS3, Twitter Bootstrap, Jquery, Ajax, ExtJs
Database - MySql
Build Tools - Maven, Gradle
Servers - Tomcat, Glassfish, Weblogic
IDE - Intellij Idea
VCS - Git

My LinkedIn Profile:
My GitHub Profile:

I am also available for hire in oDesk:

PM me if anyone is interested to hire me for part-time work.

Thank you.
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