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Unusual developer seeks unusual position; NYC/NJ or telecommute preferred

 
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As the normal recruiter route isn't working so well this time around (please--explain to me why you thought an SAP position would be a "good match") I'll drop a note here just in case.

I'm a long-time Java developer (10+ years now) that has been focusing on web applications since 2001, using a wide variety of technologies, but focusing on Struts and now Struts 2. I'm a Struts committer and PMC member, have written a book discussing Struts 2, JavaScript, and general development issues. I have a strong background in dynamic languages, and have deployed several Ruby on Rails applications as well.

I excel in infrastructure, refactoring, finding holes in specifications, creating abstractions, automating build and documentation processes, building up code quality, and the typical application development cruft--but my strengths and interests lay in the background. I'm the guy that people go to when the hard question comes up, the edge-cases, the "how do I make this work better with less code" questions, the "we need to make this more general-purpose" guy.

I have strong interests in automated documentation generation, dynamic languages and how to use them best, framework evaluation and testing, and so on.

If you have an interesting, not-just-another-job job, feel free to drop me a line here on JavaRanch.
 
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J2EE Sr.Developer - Bridgewater, NJ - Contract with right to hire


Need Local Candidates only
EAD/GC/Citizens only
J2EE hands on developer
Need to pass a programming test
Strong core java experience and significant J2EE experience
Overall experience not less than 8 yrs
Good communication skills

Interested? Send an email to info@yantraglobal.com with subject line "JR_J2EE_NJ":

- Your resume in word format
- your best phone number to reach
- $/hr rates
- email address (best)
 
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You'd have better luck posting a new message in the "jobs offered" forum.
 
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David Newton wrote:You'd have better luck posting a new message in the "jobs offered" forum.

He already has. I think that post was specifically to draw your attention.
 
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