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send your profile to su**********@is quaresoft.com

Job Code: JJ1

Job Description:

Skills: Experience in Java, J2EE, Struts and servlets.

This is for onsite (Japan) and should be proficient at
Japanese Knowledge (Level 3/4).

Number of positions : 6

3-5 years on Real time experience on Struts and servlets.

Dec 14 '05 #1
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su**********@is quaresoft.com wrote:
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Please don't post job offers here (comp.lang.pyth on) (even for
Python jobs), there are more appropriate places for Python jobs,
but there is no excuse for asking for Java programmers here.

--Scott David Daniels
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Dec 14 '05 #2

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