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6-13-2006/NYC: Java Developer for Web 2.0 Startup

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An exciting 6 month old Web 2.0 company is looking for a Java developer. We have acquired early funding and are closing on more. We have paying customers in the entertainment industry and over 40,000 users. Our management team includes two music executives (including one from Sony) and an MIT alum with a track record of successful startups.

You will be responsible for developing new functionality for our system, which is written in Java and SOAP. More importantly you should have startups in your blood, and don�t see this as just a 9-5 job.

Required skills and experience:
- 5-10 years of hard core software development�we are not looking for a web developer bur rather a software developer who can build entire systems, not just websites
- At least 3 years of Java
- At least 1 year of SOAP
- Comfortable working in a linux environment
- Strong communication skills
- Great at documentation
- Experience building highly scalable systems.

NOTE: we want to see resumes. Links to your portfolio will be ignored.

Compensation includes cash and equity. Please send a resume, your current salary, and a cover letter which addresses the above requirements. Emails without responses for each of those three items will be ignored.

Local candidates only. No relocation. No H1-Bs.

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