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Tony Hoban
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Sr. Java Developer
Contract Duration : 24 months

The individuals should have experience in Strong Object oriented modeling using UML methodology. Hands on ability to "dive in" to the code, understand completely, and drive a significant series of re-architecting or re-engineering applications.

10+ years of professional experience
Experience with complex enterprise level J2EE webservices applications is a must.
6+ years of recent Java development and J2EE, including Servlets, JSP,
4+ years experience creating web applications with WebLogic Java
application server
2+ years of database/SQL experience
2+ years of struts,JSF experience
1+ years experience hand-coding HTML and CSS years of UNIX/Linux
1+ experience years Hibernate object/relational mapping tool years ANT
1+ experience
2+ years XML experience

Presentation Skills Proficiency: High
Verbal Communication Skills Proficiency: High Written Communication Skills Proficiency: High
Leadership Proficiency: High
Analysis Proficiency: High

JSP Required -- 72 months exp.
EJB Required -- 72 months exp.
XML Required -- 36 months exp.
HTML Required -- 18 months exp.
WebLogic Required -- 60 months exp.
Struts Required -- 36 months exp.
Unix / Linux Required -- 18 months exp.
Java Servlets Required -- 72 months exp.
JSF Required -- 36 months exp.
SQL Experience Required -- 36 months exp.
Hibernate Desired -- 18 months exp.
CSS Required -- 18 months exp.
Java/J2EE Required -- 72 months exp.
Java Beans Required -- 72 months exp.
ANT Required -- 18 months exp.

Language requirements:
English-very good

Employment type:
Contract 24 months

Other Information:

Experience (year): 10 years

Job Location:
Detroit - MI - Michigan

Contact Information:
Galaxy Software Solutions

Contact Name:
Tony Hoban

Contact Email:
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Wow i'm surprised about this one. Detroit is dumping jobs and Michigan has the worse unemployment rate in the country. It's a semi long contract, but to me, when I move around for a contract.. I try to move to places that have a somewhat good market.

It's good for those in Detroit, but to me, moving to Detroit or anywhere in Michigan right now, is a bad idea. A bad bad job market and no signs it'll improve much in the future means if this contract ends or this job isn't what you hoped, you'd be in a real pickle if you relocated there.
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