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getting a java/j2ee/performance tuning,testing jobs in UK or US

 
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Hi All,

I am interested in position with the company at UK/US.

I am skilled in Loadrunner (Performance, Stress, Scalability Tests), Weblogic server administration, Java/j2ee application development, performance tuning activities & re-engineering. I have worked in benchmarking of application & API testing & tuning of j2ee applications.

My skills are as below

Db Skills � Oracle, IBM Informix
Java skills � Java, J2ee, SWINGS, JSP/Servlets
Application servers- BEA weblogic 6.1/ 7 /8.1, IBM WebSphere 4.0/5.0
WebServers � Tomcat
OS � RedHat Linux 7.2, HP-UX 11i, Windows 2000/XP
Other skills � Loadrunner 7.8, jmeter, jtune, XML, XSL

I am having exp of 5 yrs so far. I am working here in India as a team/test lead.
So far I have worked on Loadrunner, Java/J2ee tuning & performance testing field about 2 years & rest is on Java/J2ee development

My question is
What would be the salary range on work permit for my above profile wih below skills there in UK & US?

Do I need to have a certificate to prove my skills for the same?


thanks in advance

regards,
Kapil

[ May 06, 2005: Message edited by: Kapil Keskar ]
[ May 06, 2005: Message edited by: Kapil Keskar ]
 
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