Scott Duncan

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Looking for mid-level to senior Java Developers. Need database/SQL, Spring, REST, and preferably analytics experience. Hadoop and Spark experience are nice to haves. Kick ass company that is working on cutting edge product.

* Sorry, cannot sponsor at this time
* Please, no recruiters
3 years ago
Responsibilities
Ensure product quality in accordance with Sizmek R&D standards
Participate in determining product roadmap and deliverables
Define system architecture using industry bet-practice principles and patterns
Support the development of specifications and technical documentation
Lead and participate in code reviews and formal walk-throughs
Evaluate new technologies and provide recommendations
Participate in all agile meetings
Skills
Expert in Java technologies
Strong written and verbal communication skills
6-10 years of commercial software development experience
Experience with large scale, highly available web application infrastructure
Understanding of agile software development methods
Experience working as part of a Scrum self-organizing team
Strong analytical and problem solving skills

Please send me your resume directly.

*** No sponsorships or recruiters please ***
4 years ago
U.S. Citizens only! Only Candidates local to Austin will be considered!

Need an experienced Ajax/UI developer.

  • YUI or some other Ajax library
  • HTML and css guru
  • Experience with Java Servlets and JSP
  • Flex Experience (nice to have)


  • Send resumes to forloop5150@gmail.com
    9 years ago
    Need a Jr. to Mid-level java developer with experience in the following:

    - J2EE, Struts, Spring, Hibernate, Tomcat, Eclipse IDE

    *Local candidates only. No sponsorships at this time.

    Send resumes and salary requirements to:

    Scott Duncan
    scott.duncan@unicast.com
    9 years ago
    FYI, we figured this out. It's a general issue in IE
    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/812935 that when using HTTPS to download files the response header can't contain "Cache-Control : no-cache", or
    "Cache-Control: no-store".

    We simply took out the previous headers and added this:



    Thanks to David Mortellaro for finding this.
    10 years ago
    We are writing a fairly large file to the OutputStream of the response in a servlet. On IE (not FF or Safari) we get this error. Any ideas? The code is as follows:

    10 years ago
    11 years ago
    Assuming your text fields are posted in a form and your link is actually submitting the form, then the values are already in the request (as parameters). This is the way you should do it IMO. You can change the action of the form with javascript when the user clicks the link, depending on which link they click on. You can then use javascript to submit the form.
    11 years ago
    JSP
    Doesn't that depend on the size/speed of the server, memory, etc.?

    If there is a setting in Tomcat, I do not know about it.

    Question better suited for Bill Brogden. He knows everything.
    11 years ago
    I am really confused here also. If you are using a servlet to redirect, why are you using ajax to make the call for authentication? When not just do it in the servlet since it has to perform the redirect anyway?

    my user's application servlet searches in my authentication server's domain.



    Your user's application servlet? Is this servlet number 1 or servlet number 2? Please explain. You user doesn't own the servlet, right? Also, what is it searching for in the authentication server's domain?

    how to get the html object look for the user's application servletcontext



    What html object are you referring to here?
    11 years ago

    response.sendRedirect() instead of request.getRequestDispacther().forward()



    Umm, I am not really clear how either one of these calls effect the session. Please explain.
    11 years ago
    Because you have it mapped to /ServletDemo and not /simple/ServletDemo I think you need to change the url you are entering:

    http://localhost:8080/Example/simple/ServletDemo
    should be
    http://localhost:8080/Example/ServletDemo

    Also for your url-pattern, you may want to make it /ServletDemo/*
    11 years ago
    Instead of



    try

    Here, try one of these

    Echo
    Cocoon
    Millstone
    OXF javascript: x()
    shocked
    SOFIA
    Tapestry
    WebWork
    RIFE
    Spring MVC
    Canyamo
    Maverick
    JPublish
    JATO
    Folium
    Jucas
    Verge
    Niggle
    Bishop
    Barracuda
    Action Framework
    Shocks
    TeaServlet
    wingS
    Expresso
    Bento
    jStatemachine
    jZonic
    OpenEmcee
    Turbine
    Scope
    Warfare
    JWAA
    Jaffa
    Jacquard
    Macaw
    Smile
    MyFaces
    Chiba
    JBanana
    Jeenius
    JWarp
    Genie
    Melati
    Dovetail
    Cameleon
    JFormular
    Xoplon
    Japple
    Helma
    Dinamica
    WebOnSwing
    Nacho
    Cassandra
    Baritus
    Stripes
    Click
    GWT
    Wicket
    Struts

    Seriously, stick with JSP's and servlets. You will get sick with all of this framework nonsense.
    11 years ago
    Just to add more about the environment.

    Using:

    Tomcat 5.5
    Java 5
    Servlets/JSPs - no fancy frameworks
    debugging with sysdeo eclipse plugin
    11 years ago