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# 100075 2-Apr-2012 22:50
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I am young java geek from Europe and i will be moving out to Auckland at June 2012. I have ~ 5 years of experience as Java Developer so i hope that job searching will be smooth and without any major difficulties with work visa in my passport ;) 

I will have to search in next month which companies and recruitment agencies exists in Auckland and i will start with some networking, calls etc... I plan to check also startup scene but it seems its little bit smaller than i expected to be :) 

Cheers ;)

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  # 604223 2-Apr-2012 23:10
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Welcome to Geekzone and an advanced welcome to New Zealand!

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  # 604234 3-Apr-2012 00:19
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Welcome to NZ. Which country are you coming from? With a name like Martin I'm guessing Germany?

Java isn't so big these days tbh so may be worth checking out other languages especially .net, c++ and php

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  # 604236 3-Apr-2012 00:20
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I am from Czech Republic, Java is not big but positions are on the market so i will stay optimistic about that... :)

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  # 604257 3-Apr-2012 05:03
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welcome to Geekzone

that would be an ecumenical matter

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  # 604279 3-Apr-2012 07:49
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Welcome to Geekzone & New Zealand!

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