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Java and mobile application programmers: Texity Systems, PUNE, India - 7 Nov, 2007

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Texity Systems http://www.texity.com is looking for candidates having the following profile:

  • Java Developers, Leads and Architects (3-10 years)

  • * Strong development experience in Java/J2EE with at least one industry grade application server such as JBoss
    * Hands on experience with JSP/Servlet, Javascript/AJAX programming AND/OR
    * Web Services, EJB, JMS, iBatis/Hibernate and Spring

  • Mobile Application Developers, Leads and Architects (2-8 years)

  • * Significant experience with any of the following mobile application technologies: J2ME, BREW, Symbian
    * Excellent C/C++/Java programming skills with strong understanding of data structures and algorithms

    Selection criteria:

    1. Great problem solving and analytical skills
    2. Good communication and team work
    3. In-depth knowledge of CS fundamentals and good software design and
    programming skills

    Please send your resume to jobs@texity.com in case you�re interested. Please mention number of years of experience and JAVA or MOBILE as per your interest.

    All positions are based in Pune, India.
    [ November 07, 2007: Message edited by: Santosh Maskar ]
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