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I am working in a firm as a Java (J2SE) Developer since last couple of months. I have previous working experience in JEE. I don't want to leave JEE as my interest lies in it. I am looking for some open source projects in JEE or some one who need helps in his/her project and requires a part time helper. I am willing to work for 'free' as the only aim that i want to achieve is to keep my web development concepts up to date and fresh.

I appreciate any help in this regard, You can always reach me by sending a private message or through email at kashif "dot" khan421 "at" gmail "dot" com

Career and Qualifications Summary:

  • Certifications: OCP 7
  • Highest Degree: Masters (Computer Software Engineering)
  • Professional Experience: 2.5 years industry experience in JEE
  • Tools and Techniques : Spring 3.0 , JPA 2.0, Hibernate, Spring-Security, JSP, Sevlets, JSTL, Junit 4.0, Apache Tiles Framework, Tomcat, RestFul Webservices, MySQL, Maven, GIT, SVN, Groovy n Grails (Hands on)

  • Here is the link to my professional summary (https://pk.linkedin.com/in/kashifkhn) and project i worked on during my job.
    I miss the old days when I would think up a sinister scheme for world domination and you would show a little emotional support. So just look at this tiny ad:
    SKIP - a book about connecting industrious people with elderly land owners
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