[ajug-members] Entry Level Java Jobs
rrutherford at dglenn.com
Wed Sep 22 22:06:48 EDT 2004
Speaking of majors, here in Columbus I've met several people who are
taking MIS courses at Troy State University. There's nothing wrong with
MIS. What's wrong is TSU tells people they're Computer Science, not
MIS. They don't understand the difference untill they hear about CS
curriculum from a school like UGA.
Brian Lee wrote:
> Wow, I've never heard of a college that offers majors in Java or
> have 4 minors too.
>> From: "jimsbuddog at juno.com" <jimsbuddog at juno.com>
>> To: ajug-members at ajug.org
>> Subject: [ajug-members] Entry Level Java Jobs
>> Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2004 21:03:47 GMT
>> Dear AJUG Members:
>> The day has finally come. I've finished and now have my
>> Associates Degree in Computer Programming (with a 3.84+ average). I
>> I now need a job. Does anybody know of any companies hiring
>> entry level positions for Java, etc? I've got 20+ years programming
>> in Cobol behind me, with all the extras (design, testing, etc), so
>> I'm not really a rookie.
>> Thanks for any help you can give me. I know recruiters don't
>> handle entry level jobs, so this is one way that might work toward me
>> getting a job.
>> Jim Sladek
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