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Florence Vicil replied to Andrew DiRocco's discussion 50+ developers needed in Orlando - Long term career choice, not to be viewed as a gig in the group Jobs
"Hello. What is your need for Java developers by the beginning of the year next year? Thank you."
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Florence Vicil replied to Andrew DiRocco's discussion 50+ developers needed in Orlando - Long term career choice, not to be viewed as a gig in the group Jobs
"Hello. What is the minimum length of a contract? Thank you."
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