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Pointe Technology is seeking a Mainframe Engineer for a contract to hire position in the Baltimore, MD area.

Candidate must have 4 - 6 years of development experience.

Development Experience:
� Bachelor's degree in Computer Science.
� Experience with object-oriented programming.
� Experience with the Java programming language.
� Experience with the following Java technologies: Servlets/JSP, JAXP, JAXB, JDBC, Ant, and JUnit.
� Experience with XML, XPath, and XSLT.
� Experience with SQL.
� Experience with DHTML (HTML/CSS/JavaScript).
� Experience with automated unit testing and the XP programming methodology.
� Experience with one or more version control systems; preferably MKS Source Integrity, CVS.
� Experience with one or more Servlet containers; preferably Apache Tomcat, IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS).
� Experience with network programming; preferably HTTP and HTTPS.
� Must be able to take a lead role on projects and perform as both a developer and lead on this project.
� Ability to read other people's code and hit the ground running.
� Experience in systems analysis and design.

Qualified candidates should contact Gloria Nuckols at gnuckols@pointetech.com or (301) 865-9591.
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