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An exciting Pre-IPO company is currently looking for Sr. to Intermediate Java Developers! This is an exciting PRE-IPO team that is very employee centric, "everyone cares and has ownership, and we have fun". If you have any or all or any combination of the following, we would like to speak with you - - JAVA or C++, OO, XML, JSP, EJB, Broadvision, Weblogic, and a knowledge of e-business. This is not an entry level position. Must be able to hit the ground running. Architecture currently includes Oracle, Broadvision, IVR, FAX and email gateways and is moving toward WebLogic, EJB's and wireless communications. An offer would include a competitive base, 70K to 100K, bonus, and stock options, along with a complete benefits package. Not to mention great people to work with and all the coke you can drink!!
Send resume to drsolano@msn.com or contact me at your earliest convenience.
Thanks,
David Solano
(303) 963-8308
[This message has been edited by David Solano (edited August 10, 2000).]
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