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Sr Java/J2EE Developer opening located in Beverly Hills, CA - 3/9/07  RSS feed

Mitch Winter
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We have immediate openings with a client located in Beverly Hills for Sr Level and Intermediate level Java/J2EE Developers on a full time permanent basis. Please contact me, Mitch Winter, Sr Technical Recruiter with TriStaff directly at or 714-513-9414 and we can discuss this opening in more details. Thanks!

- Excellent technical knowledge of Java in a web application environment required; knowledge of J2EE is a plus.
- Good understanding of JDBC required.
- Experience with Oracle PL/SQL is a plus.
- Good understanding of deployment strategies for distributed and multi-tiered applications.
- Knowledge of Software Development Life Cycle methodologies and OO development concepts.
- Knowledge of Java Web Services Developer Pack 1.5 preferred
- Knowledge of Apache Tomcat Webserver, Struts framework, Tiles and Oracle 9i.
- Knowledge of Linux operating system

- Bachelor's degree required, preferably in Computer Science.
- Capable of translating complex business needs into technical solutions.
- Good verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to create process flow diagrams and flowcharts using Visio or similar charting tools is a plus.
- Advanced skills in developing programs using Java, Struts framework and Tiles.
- Required skills in Hibernate, Spring and Ajax.
- Understanding and experience with objected oriented analysis and design.
- Experience with XML, XSLT, Perl, C++, C#, .NET, Web Services, Oracle and stored procedures a plus.

- 2+ years Object Oriented design experience.
- 4+ years experience with Java, servlets and web applications, preferably for a large scale web site.
Mike Isano
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I was actually very interested. Then I checked out the website and found it was a staffing company.

So basically the some company pays middle man big bucks, then middle man pays the worker some peanuts. It would be better for a worker to find their own job and recieve a full salary.

These comments are not directed at you specifically, but "middle men" in general.
[ March 09, 2007: Message edited by: Mike Isano ]
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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