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Hello ALL:

I'm working with a large technonogy company that is looking for a full time Software Developer. If this is you please don't hesitate to contact me....



The successful candidate will be working with the Advanced Technologies Group in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, building groundbreaking technology for Mobile Web Services. As a Senior Java Developer, the incumbent will be focusing on the design of the Runtime Environment for hosting and execution of Web Services' client applications.


B.Sc. in Computer Science, Computer or Electrical Engineering

Expert hands-on Java knowledge (incl. optimizations, multi-threading), sound knowledge of J2ME

Good knowledge of XML (incl. XML Schema, Namespaces) and XML Web Services (SOAP, WSDL, UDDI)

Sound knowledge of software architectures, OOA/OOD, design patterns

Sound knowledge of software engineering practices

Experience with UML and Software Modeling tools (TogetherJ, Rational Rose)


Security experience (authentication and authorization, access control, IT policies, dig. signatures, etc.)

Familiarity with common Internet protocols (SMTP, POP, HTTP, FTP, TCP/IP
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