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    Anyone need a .Net Developer?

    It feels like I've explored every other normal avenue of finding a new career opportunity so I'm going to start getting creative.

    I got experience with VB.Net, VB 6.0, Cobol, Java, XML and additionally I'm not opposed to learning anything new. If you have a need for a good solid developer who will show up every day and give 110% shoot me a PM.

    Since jobs/economy seems to be a topic of the day I'll throw this out there. If anyone else in the IT realm is looking feel free to add on to this thread with your skillset.


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    Re: Anyone need a .Net Developer?

    Quote Originally Posted by BigBake View Post
    It feels like I've explored every other normal avenue of finding a new career opportunity so I'm going to start getting creative.

    I got experience with VB.Net, VB 6.0, Cobol, Java, XML and additionally I'm not opposed to learning anything new. If you have a need for a good solid developer who will show up every day and give 110% shoot me a PM.

    Since jobs/economy seems to be a topic of the day I'll throw this out there. If anyone else in the IT realm is looking feel free to add on to this thread with your skillset.
    Just out of curiosity, what's the last .NET framework you've worked in?


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    Re: Anyone need a .Net Developer?

    . . . Like a whole in the head.



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