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looking for a job: Java developer with 1 year of experience  RSS feed

 
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it is possible to get job after 1 year experience in java pune location. please suggest me how to get job for 1 year java experience job.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

Don't take this as an insult, but as for a first step (in my opinion), you need to improve your writing style, in particular - grammar. And probably general writing rules. Sentences usually start with an upper case. You didn't use any commas there, so the part about "java pune location" causes weird feelings, that there is some place in java (Java if correct) called pune location. I think you get an idea what I mean.

Now what's regarding job. Everyone's personality is different. Some people make surprising progress from 0 to N years (let's say even one). Some don't make any progress in 5 years or might even 10.

Probably possible employers could better assess you if you'd have specified explicitly the technologies and concepts you have learned during the recent year/-s.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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