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PEGA Developer / PEGA PRPC Developer at collabera, in Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad

 
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PEGA Developer / PEGA PRPC Developer at collabera, in Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad

Apply Link:
http://www.jobsbyref.com/apply/JBR-collabera-1021&tk=code

PEGA Developer / PEGA PRPC Developer

Note :- we need PEGA System architect certified

Location: - Chennai, Bangalore & Mumbai.

Detail job description and required skills
Experience – 2 Yrs with Pega certification (Certified Pega system architect)
Skills: Database (User Level)
Application server (Web Sphere) minimum knowledge
Java Programming (Preferably Java certified programmer)
XML/HTML - minimum knowledge
Web services - minimum knowledge
Required skill:-
PRPC, Pega PRPC, RUP-methodology, use case, Java

Job Function : PEGA Developer / PEGA PRPC Developer
Industry : Information Services
Role : Software Engineer/ Programmer
Job Type : Full Time
Experience : 2 - 9(Yrs)
Telecommute : No
Green job : Yes
Employees : 2001-5000 employees
Vacancies : 3

About the company :
Collabera

Apply Link:
http://www.jobsbyref.com/PEGA-Developer--PEGA-PRPC-Developer-/job/87178&tk=code
or
http://www.jobsbyref.com/apply/JBR-collabera-1021&tk=code

 
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