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Fulltime Java Developers for New York City and Huntington, NY office

Jeffrey Leventhal
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Joined: Jun 12, 2010
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Hi - we are looking for 7-9 Rockstar level developers to join our highly energetic development team. We are a well funded startup building a labor marketplace application.
The jobs are posted at workmarket.com

Thanks


http://www.workmarket.com
we make work work
Gaurav Raje
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Joined: Jul 23, 2010
Posts: 136
would you be willing to consider a student with MS Computer Science and 1 year experience for the position of java developer? I can have references on request. I can send in my resume
David Newton
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Joined: Sep 29, 2008
Posts: 12617

You're a rockstar after a year of experience?
Gaurav Raje
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Joined: Jul 23, 2010
Posts: 136
Unfortunately, i lack the experienced tag .......trying to find other alternatives to alleviate the pain....

In my defense, I have a thesis, which is about to be published in ACM(Advisor gave me an OK). I am also trying to target the next ICDB conference. But research doesnt seem to impress the experienced ppl

I got my first certification in 2000(Brainbench when i was 14) and have been developing since.... but none of them were real projects. Most of them were open source projects like H2 database engine with new algorithms, which were just trials and stabs at it.


Please help me if you can to have something
David Newton
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If you've been actively involved in open source projects, I'd focus potential employers on that fact. A history of active forum presence, commits, etc. counts as experience, at least as far as I'm concerned.
 
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