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Java Front end Developer with Webservices - Freedot, CA  RSS feed

Jack Chang
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eTouch Systems is a Technology Consulting firm that WORKS ONLY WITH DIRECT CLIENTS.... and We specialize in Technology Strategy, Portals, Content Management.

we are hiring a Java Front end developer with the following skills for a contract position with a client of ours. Pl send the resume with hourly rate and contact # at the earliest.

The platform team develops and maintains the software that manages our media, work flow and all the interfaces to both external and internal customers and partners. The ideal candidate has strong experience with web services, design patterns, J2EE and SOA development, developed innovative web-based user experiences, is passionate about details and understands the scalability and performance of the solutions they develop.

Required Skills

6 yrs of j2EE experience, exceptional communication skills.
Solid understanding of object oriented programming working in a multi-tier environment
Excellent understanding of the trade-offs between algorithmic complexity and storage
Experience creating and maintaining robust, high-performance web applications in a fast-paced environment
Able to effectively work in a team and individually - Strong verbal and written communication skills
Minimum 3 years of professional software development experience - Experience in web application development with Java
Experience with SQL and writing stored procedures
Working knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, XSLT, XML, and XSD
Proficient with the design and development of web services
Experience with Flash or Air a plus
Required Experience

4-year B.S. degree or equivalent experience in computer science, engineering or mathematics, plus three years of related professional experience.

Please Apply here and chat with Recruiter: Kamlesh.
[ November 17, 2008: Message edited by: Jack Chang ]
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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