What are your main interests in software development?
I'm a technical recruiter specializing in development and design recruiting who is interested in learning more about the technologies involved with development including JAVA. I am also interested in meeting the people who do development and helping in any way I can on the job market or otherwise. I also am very interested in the programs developed as I love using the web and various software applications :)
Anything else you'd like to add? Where do you live? (optional!)
I live in Orlando, FL and work on job positions (including JAVA and other development roles) throughout Central Florida including Daytona Beach, Orlando, Melbourne, and Tampa and in connection with colleagues nationwide.
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