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Need help to check my CV

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Hello, guys! I want to find myself some good job. But you know, there is no good job for people with errors in their CVs . So I would really appreciate for somebody to check my CV. Thanks in advance!

And here is my CV in plain text:

Name: Xxxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxxx

Sex: male
Born: 8 July 1987, 24 years old
Current location: Russia, Ulan-Ude city
Skype: xxxxxxxxxxxx
Mobile: +7xxxxxxxxxx 14:00-19:00 Moscow local time

Looking for a full time Java developer position in a company where my skills will be utilized and expanded with challenging projects.


August 2010 – till now, Java Developer, full time , LLC Xxxxxxxx, Russia, Ulan-Ude city

Participating in the projects:
www.xxxx.xxxx – web application for tour selecting and tour booking by travel agencies.
www.yyyy.yyyy – web application for tours selection and tour booking by common users.

development business-critical applications related to the travel industry (front and back end) within a team environment (four developers);
integration and deployment of new services into production system;
support and troubleshooting of production system;
collecting and analyzing requirements;

Used technologies:
Core Java 6, EJB 3.0, JMS, WebServices, Spring MVC, Spring WebFlow, XStream, Maven, Ant, Eclipce, XSLT, MySql, SQL Server, JBoss Web Server, Hibernate, JPA, Log4J

September 2008 – February 2009, Dephi developer, full time , LLC Space Communications Systems, Russia, Ulan-Ude city

Participating in projects:
Information system "Hospital" for "Children's Hospital of Ulan-Ude City"
Information system "Legislative draft" for "People's Khural of Buryatia"

development of new features for information systems within a team environment(three developers);
support and troubleshooting of existing code.

Used technologies:
Delphi 7, FireBird 2.1, client-server architecture

Technical skills:
Java SE: Core Java 1.6, Collections, Multithreading, JDBC
Java EE: EJB 3, JMS, Apache Tiles, Spring(WebFlow, MVC, IoC), JSP, JSF(JBoss Rich Faces)
Application servers: JBoss Web Server
ORM: Hibernate, JPA
Web development: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX(jQuery, Prototype), XSLT , XML, Web Services
Databases: MySQL, SQL
Operation systems: Linux(Ubuntu, Open SUSE), Windows (XP, Vista, Seven)
IDE: Eclipse, NetBeans
Build tools: Apache Maven 2, Ant
Versioning systems: SVN
English: Strong, written and verbal

University: "East Siberia State University of Technology and Management(Russia, Ulan-Ude city)"
Specialty: "Computer Technology and Automated Systems Software"
Details: graduated in 2010, university diploma, five year course.

Interests (IT related not included):
Weight lifting, cycling, reading, English.

Other information:
Willing to relocate and open to business travel.
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Generally I prefer a summary section at the top with

-- overall experience
-- Key accomplishments.

Also, rather then my responsibilities include blah blah, use cation verbs to highlight your strengths and its relevance to the job specification.

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