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MadTown Java Developers (Madison, Wi)

 
mary knoche
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We are looking for experienced Java Developers and Architects who want to work and live in Madison, Wisconsin.

If you want to surround yourself with other talented developers and architects and be apart of a team that puts its consultants first.... this is the place for you!

Beacon offers competitive compensation and benefits packages (to include education benefits) and a dynamic environment where you can build a lasting career.

Ideal Candidates:
Our consultants are highly motivated, can work across many industries, and can hit the ground running in any environment.

Key Requirements:
-Excellent Java development skills
-Experience installing and configuring Java application servers (i.e.Websphere, Tomcat, Weblogic etc)
-Relational database experience
-Knowledge of IDEs (i.e.Eclipse, Jbuilder etc)
-Experience with open source frameworks (i.e.Struts, Spring, Hibernate etc)
-Ability to work in both team environments or indepently
-Ability to mentor others

What are you waiting for?

Contact:
Mary Knoche
mknoche@beacontechinc.com
1-800-504-5803
www.beacontechinc.com
 
Eric Lemaitre
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Hi mary,

What are you waiting for?

Tens of thousands IT aliens would say... Sponsorship

Sorry, couldn't help, juste a bad joke, like this year's H1B process .

Best regards anyway.
 
Richard Parker
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Hi Mary,

I live in Madison and have a great job as a Java developer (sorry

However if you're looking for Java people, you might want to try contacting the Computer Science Department at the UW Eau Claire (http://www.cs.uwec.edu/home/index.htm).

New graduates have all the requirements you're looking for. Most of their curriculum centers on Java and relational databases. My company hired 3 of them in a row - we were so pleased with their level of Java expertise!

Good Luck!
Richard
 
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