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Designing, developing, testing, deploying and maintain complex public facing, brand new, mission critical Web Applications
Develop high level and low level design and implementation based on user's requirement
Support system go-live, maintenance and upgrades

Qualifications/Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree in computer science or equivalent
Must have at least 5+ years hands-on Java development experience
Understanding of programming concepts, algorithms and data structure
Must have experience to build web user interfaces and server side components
Must have understanding data driven application design and database modeling
Must have hands-on experience with Spring, HTML, HTML5, XML, JavaScript, JQuery, CSS.
Experience LifeRay or AngularJS a big plus.
Experience in developing interoperable API driven applications using web-services like SOAP, REST
Must have experience implementing access management using one of following technologies: SAML, OpenAM, OpenID, OAuth, LDAP, Active Directory

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