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Java Programmer / Analyst in Scottsdale, AZ

 
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Responsibilities:

� Design, develop, maintain, and support web-based (J2EE) and desktop applications and accompanying Microsoft SQL Server 2000 databases in a Windows and Linux environment

� Work closely with internal customers and members of the Networking, Analysis, and Quality Assurance teams to ensure the highest quality software

� Produce detailed project estimates and technical specs, perform unit tests, and mentor junior developers



Required Experience and Skills:

� Minimum of 2-3 years programming experience using Java, J2EE (including JSP, Servlets, and EJB), Swing, JDBC and SQL, Struts, Design Patterns, XML, Ant

� Excellent analytic and Object-Oriented Design skills

� Sun Certified Java Programmer on 1.4 or later

� Excellent written and verbal communication skills



Preferred Experience and Skills:

� Sun Certified Java Developer

� Sockets programming

� JavaServer Faces, AS/400 and WebLogic 8.1 Experience

� Understanding of Agile development methodologies

� Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field


Location :- Scottsdale, AZ



Salary :- Excellent + Benefits

Please send your resume to bhawna.agarwal@harveynashusa.com
 
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