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Salary is $70-100k
JAVA, C++,and C
Unique Internet E-Commerce (BtoB) start-up is in need of a Java Developer to analyze, design, code, and test server side components for the dynamic generation of web content for the website. The position will work with our eBusiness analysts to further develop the functionality of the site as well as working with our Software Quality Assurance team to validate release products.
Ideal candidate will have a minimum 4+ years object-oriented system design and development experience using JAVA, C++, and C with emphasis on server development. Minimum 2 year advanced Java development (multi-threading, network programming, JDBC)
Strong server-side Java development skills including implementation experience in servlets, JSP�s, EJB�s, and RMIs. Excellent performance analysis and debugging skills, strong background in developing multi-tier web-based applications, including interface design
Thorough understanding of n-tier architecture and web implementation
Excellent communications and task management skills. Skilled in object modeling, UML and related tools such as Rational Rose.
Experience in project management required. Full lifecycle methodology.
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