*Position: Java Interface Developer*
*Contract length: 6 months of more**Location: Indianapolis, IN*
1-2 years of experience with Java, J2EE Programming, EJB, Servlet ,logging
mechanisms and JSP/JQuery, SQL, Oracle and JDBC query, websphere/weblogic,
Java Transaction Management, Thread Management, Developing Asynchronous
Java Processes, and MuleESB
Experience with Spring and Hibernate framework.
Experience with Eclipse based development environment (i.e. MyEclipse)
Secure coding (e.g. adhering to secure coding standards such as those from
Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP))
Experience working in team environment from detailed technical design,
development, unit testing and code reviews.
Excellent written and communication skills.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience
Develops quality application code using Java/JEE, Spring ,Hibernate, HTML
SWING, Rational Tools
Apply Test-Driven Development & Experience designing and implementing
solutions through all phases of the SDLC lifecycle.
Works well with the business analysts and the development team members to
ensure understanding of the requirements.
Previous experience with Versioning tools, Ant Scripts and Configuration
The candidate will be a key software developer for the implementation
and/or support of various client applications.
Candidate will translate software requirements into workable programming
code and maintain programs for use in business applications.
He would assist in the identification of business requirements, creation of
functional designs and creation of technical designs.
Encode programs, create and perform unit tests and assist in user
Thanks & Regards
Bourntec Solutions, Inc.,
Phone: 847 780 1045
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