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Need Java Architects

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We are looking for hands-on Java Architects with a minimum of eight years of experience.This position is located in Rosemont. (No visa sponser)

Solid understanding of serverside Java development, Service Oriented Architectures and integration with legacy systems
Excellent communication/mentoring skills
This individual will need to hold his/her own as part of an architecture team
Must have superior problem solving skills
Experience with full lifecycle development projects, OO/SOA Rup
Ability to develop, document, and communicate architectures/designs using UML and other notations for large scale full lifecycle projects
Design apps based on a Java, J2EE architecture framework & design patterns
Familiarity with emerging architectural solutions and technologies
Must be willing to travel.

Websphere Application Server, J2EE, Websphere Portal, Open Source Java Frameworks e.g. Struts/Velocity/Hibernate etc., WSAD, Java development tools, XML, JUNIT, MQSeries and knowledge of Microsoft Technologies nice to have.

Mail resume to mgundawar@hotmail.com

(I have posted one ad already. But this is for another requirement)
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Not very professional asking people to email a resume to a hotmail address.

Stay well clear, probably one of those resume-harbouring people.
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