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If you have volunteering openings can move into permanent positions in GTA area, feel free to send me an email.

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* Productive team contributor with strong coding, English communication and analytical problem solving skills, developed quick-learning skills.
* Outstanding biz implementation skills with Large-scale n-tier J2EE server side technologies, familiar with mature design patterns and best practices on WebSphere Application Server, WebLogic, JBoss, JRun, Orion and Tomcat, proficient with IDEs like WSAD5.0, Eclipse, and JBuilder, comfortable with Solaris, Linux, Windows working environment.
* Server side experience including security concerned design, bottleneck addressing, middle-tier and back-end performance tuning, and clustering design.
* Extensive back-end development knowledge; Oracle, DB2, SQLServer, MySQL; IBM MQ Series; in-depth understanding on SQL in different database,T-SQL, PL/SQL, store-procedure database tuning.
* Outstanding OOAD & UML perception, proficient in Rational Rose, ERWIN and RUP.
* Expert in XML processing and transformation in systems integration, using XML, SAX, DOM, XSL, XSD, XSLT, XSL-FO, XPath, XPointer, XInclude, XLink, XBase, JAXP, JAXB, Jakarta Castor , JDOM, Crimson, Xerces, Xalan, XSL-FOP technologies
* Full-spectrum and in-depth Java and J2EE knowledge covering MVC, Struts, JSP1.2, JSTL,Customized Tag Library, Filter, Servlet2.3; Web Service, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI; Swing, JFC, AWT, Applet; JDBC, Hibernate, RMI, CORBA, Threading, Java Reflection, JNI, i18n; EJB1.1, EJB2.0, CMP, CMR; JMS, Message-Driven Bean; Commons Logging, Log4j, JavaMail, XDoclet, JUNIT, ANT, Cactus, Java 2 Security, PKI, LDAP, DSML ,JSSE,SSL, JAAS; Open Source
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