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J2EE Contract--Colorado Springs

Jen Freeman
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Joined: Jun 12, 2003
Posts: 1
It's kinda weird, so bear with me. We are unable to offer any sponsorship. All candidates must be able to work in the US w/out sponsorship.
Must Haves: strong J2EE experience, XML, HTML, coding experience with Visual C++, (VC++ b/c the current systems is written in it), Windows NT/2000 (b/c development will be on a Windows platform)
Pluses:
WebSphere Application Developer 5.0, deployment of large-scale systems,
Struts, JavaScript, performance tuning, stress testing, DOM and SAX
parsers, MQSI familiarity, experience with Oracle 8.* and 9i
Other Requirements/Notes:
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Support of this business initiative requires specialized development
expertise in Java2 Enterprise Engineering (J2EE), IBM WebSphere product
suite, and deployment of large-scale, high volume, performance-sensitive
applications. A mid-level J2EE developer is required to fulfill these
requirements, including knowledge of Java, JSP, JavaScript, XML, HTML,
Struts, performance tuning, stress testing, DOM and SAX parsers. Limited
travel to/from South Denver is a possibility. The current team is split
between the Colorado Springs and South Denver.
If interested, please EMAIL me at jfreeman@act-1.com
Andres Gonzalez
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Joined: Nov 27, 2001
Posts: 1561
salary?


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Verity smith
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Joined: May 27, 2003
Posts: 18
It's kinda weird, so bear with me

Yes it is!
Bear Bibeault
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Joined: Jan 10, 2002
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I'm curious as to what you find weird about it. This strikes me as fairly normal for an intermediate web app developer position.
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