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I have 6 to 7 years experience in Java and 2 years in J2EE technology.
Looking for a full time opportunity in US .
Can somebody give me a project write up/nice explaination of one of their J2EE projects(as you will explain it to the interviewer)?
How to explain your J2EE project to the interviewer?
 
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Originally posted by sarika bhatt:
I have 6 to 7 years experience in Java and 2 years in J2EE technology.
Looking for a full time opportunity in US .
Can somebody give me a project write up/nice explaination of one of their J2EE projects(as you will explain it to the interviewer)?
How to explain your J2EE project to the interviewer?



Looking at the amount of experience you have, it should be much easier for you to explain about the projects you have handled.

However, it may also vary from one position to the other...

What kind of position you are looking for?
 
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Why do you need to know someone else's project? If you want to understand who to explain a project, I would recommend explaining yours and we can give you feedback on your presentation of it.

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