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If you are interested in working with Java technology, we have an
opportunity for you. We are currently seeking mid to senior level software development professionals to be part of a favorable company providing e-business software solutions to clients nationwide. As an employee of the company, you will be working on leading edge software developed using Java technology.
Engineers with up to 3 years of Java experience would be great,
however, we also want to hear from engineers with excellent OO and C++ skills. Java training and certification will be company sponsored and paid. Compensation is very competitive and ranges from 70K to 150K DOE, this position is located in the Denver Metro area. If you want to learn more about working with a company that will be technically challenging, pay you what you are worth, and is a place where you can have fun at the same time, please contact me at 303-832-8100 or e-mail your resume for consideration to drsolano@msn.com.
Kind regards,
David Solano

[This message has been edited by David Solano (edited May 01, 2000).]
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