Srisoft Technologies, India Oct' 98- Sept' 00 Software Engineer Project: SAI Online ComputerMart Client : SAI Computers [Feb '00- Aug '00] * Designed and developed an E-Commerce application that enabled the computer parts vendor to sell its products through the web. The application provided features to authenticate the users, view online catalog, store selected products into a virtual cart and generate order. * Developed the business tier of the application using Enterprise java beans (EJB) including both session and entity beans. The presentation tier is developed using a set of servlets that are coupled with the EJBs. * Mentored team members on Java/J2EE. Environment: Java, Servlets, EJB , HTML, WebLogic 4.5 , Netscape Enterprise server ,Oracle Project: Software Information Server [Sept '99- Jan' 00] This project used the Mobile agent Technology. It involved getting the information of the software installed in the different systems in the intranet using the IBM mobile agents. The project involved dispatching the agents and displaying the information retrieved by them on the server when queried.The UI was developed using Java Swing API. Environment: Java, JDK 1.1, Threads, IBM Aglets Workbench, JNI, C++,JFC Swing.
Project: SriSoft Online Library Client: SriSoft [May '99 - Aug '99] * Worked in a team to develop an application for automating the employee library. Developed the client applet that acts as the GUI.The applet will post requests to the appropriate servlet using HTTP Tunneling. The UI for the applet was developed using Swing API. * Developed the Servlet that provides information about available books based on the search keyword input by the user. Environment: Java, Java Web server, MS-Access, Windows NT, Servlet ,Applet, JDBC,Swing Project: TNM using Unicenter TNG [Nov '98 - Apr '99] * The Product aims at managing a Telecom network by integrating it with an enterprise management tool called Unicenter TNG. This tool enables the user to have a complete view of the IT infrastructure of the company. Using this product the user can bring his telecom network too under the scope of Unicenter TNG. * Developed the Event Management module that logs telecom events into the Unicenter TNG event log. Environment: C++, Windows NT, Unicenter TNG, SNMP protocol EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATIONS * BS, Computer Science * SUN Certified Java Programmer
The JAVA market appears to be down right now. I know in Minneapolis, we advertised one position and received just a huge number of resumes with a number of candidates out of work for a few months. Generic Java Development jobs seem to have vanished. There still are good jobs available for specific expertise in MQ series, WCS , EJB and WebSphere Administration. It may be a year before the Java market improves. ================================================= On your resume, you may want to include an objective to indicate whether you are interested in a lead role or a developer role. If developer, then server side Java or Client Side Java or both. Also highligting experience for skills in niche areas helps.
If you want to be valued for your certification, I would put it at the top rather than the bottom of the resume. Putting education and certification at the bottom is a good strategy if those areas are weak. I would also include a ten-word or so summary in large font and bold, saying something like "3 years Java programming experience, SCJ2P" and whatever else you want to add. I would make sure you have your resume posted on all the job boards. Resume rabbit is good for that. Also, I would answer adds in the local paper and send out direct resumes to employers. Unfortunately, unless your background is very strong, it is difficult to obtain employment at this time.
You might want to make another copy of the resume where you consolidate your work experience. The duration is small and many employers are looking for people who have been in their previous jobs for long periods of time. I would still keep both copies but create the new one.
I would also list the year and school for your BS in Computer Science. That information should be included unless there is a strong reason to hide it. Even though it may be a school in India that no one has heard of, it should be included, as it makes it more clear that you have a degree that can be verified.