Make your own seam job.
Look for organization that hire for a new project and are flexible enough to consider new technologies. Then make a seam-proof-of-concept-demo. Beware of expectation management, though ;-)
I have been lucky enough to not have anyone dictate the technology used so I get to use Seam for my project.
In fact I own the application and I am being paid to develop it as well.
It is always better if you can avoid directly working for the man in my opinion.
Once you are someone else's employee you are somewhat trapped.
All I ever get is the occasional question if whether I should have gone M$ or will this talk to Great Plains.
Honey, I quit my job today so I can start my own company and work with whatever technologies I want. Honey? Put down that frying pan, please!
Of course running a one-person business has the downside of that same one person having to do paperwork, invoicing, marketing etc...
No wife complaining as I have more work than I can do and charge by the hour. ;)
I am just lucky. I landed a big project and have held on to it like a pit bull for the last few years.
When it is done, I am going to take a long vacation.
Hi Arbi -
There are indeed Seams jobs available in Southern CA.
This is a 12 month contract opportunity (could be extended) inCulver City, CA. We are seeking a senior JBOSS Seam developer to work for a large entertainment client. Experience with the Flex tool is also desirable, but not absolutely required. Our client is moving off of Weblogic, so Weblogic is also a nice to have. The start date is forecasted for August 1st. We are seeking a top-notch developer with the JBoss Seam product.
Feel free to contact me:
Professional Staff Recruiter
(310) 563-3800 ext. 248 (Mondays)
(949) 726-8377 (Tuesday through Friday)
Is anybody looking for Seam/Richfaces experts in New York?