Need Android consultant with Java - Los Angeles - 3 months

by Chiru » Mon, 15 Sep 2008 16:48:24 GMT

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Need an Android consultant. Should have expertise in Java & J2ME. If you are
available for this position please send your resume with rate per hour as
soon as possible.


Location: Glendale, CA (Los Angeles)

Rate: $50/hr (negotiable) 

Duration: 3-6 months







Chiranjeevi Musham

(630)-242-8896 *313


Agile Enterprise Solutions, Inc.



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