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Calsoft Labs / Senior Consultant / Bangalore/Chennai

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Calsoft Labs is looking for Architect /Design level Senior Professional skilled in multiple languages and technologies centred on the web. The candidate must have the following qualifications:
  • • Senior software engineer/architect around 8-10 years of experience
  • • Must have demonstrated experienced implementing SOA/Web services projects.
  • • Absolutely MUST have extensive experience in Java, J2EE, Web Design, SOA, Spring , Hibernate, AJAX, HTML5, CSS3, REST, JSON, and JQuery for creating high availability web applications.
  • • Excellent communication skills & mentoring skills.
  • • Experience in implementing SOA/Web services projects is very much preferred.
  • • Experience in Openstack, IaaS, cloud, or HA infrastructure a plus
  • • Experience and exposure to developing web application related to Network security services such as VPN, IDS/IPS, SNORT is a plus

  • Job location: Chennai/ Bangalore

    Send in your resume to hemachandranb [at] calsoftlabs [dot] com
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