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Java developer needed with J2EE and EJB experience for DC Beltway vacancy - 8/26/01

 
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The qualifed individual will be a highly motivated software engineer with exceptional design and development skills that can help incorporate and leverage the best of these emerging, standard technologies into the next release of the product set.
The development team is the in the critical planning phase for its next release. As part of this next release, they are increasing the focus on incorporating Java and the J2EE-based technologies more fully into the current product set.
The qualified individual must have significant commercial J2EE and EJB experience in addition to 3-5 years experience in commercial product development in C, C++ or Java on windows (NT, 2000) or Unix (Solaris, AIX, HP-UX).
Development experience with WebSphere, WebLogic or XML a plus. Salary upto $85,000 plus great package.
Candidates must be a US citizen, green card holder or permanent resident. Please, no third party submissions. Please email resume to paulp@aquarecruiting.com
 
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Hi there
I just wanted to know what city this was for.
Let me know.
Thanks
- Big J
 
Ankur Singhal
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hi,
This is Subrata Mukherjee, a M.Tech from IIT with almost 3 years experience in ejb,java,ml,jsp with application servers.
I have overseas experince in Germany with a top notch German ASP.
Presently working with Pricewaterhousecoopers's javaejb team as a consultant.
I am a h1b ready candidate.

my mail : jake_ind@yahoo.co.in
 
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