i am an executive consultant working with a very financially sound insurance company. presently, they are in need of several sr. level java developers and architects. the salary open. (120 -140k range, possibly some room for flex) The company is a leading heatlh insurance company in New York State. They are a competitive and inovative leader in the healthcare industry. for over 60 years, they have played a major role in providing health care coverage to over 4 million customers . Their corporate headquaters have been recently relocated to the World Trade Center. If you are interested in this oppurtunity, or if anyone comes to mind, please get in touch with me. i can be reach at email@example.com or 914-941-6107 ext 139. The name is Devon Wilson. If the timing is right, i look forward to hearing from you. We are also offering a $500 thank you for anyone who you reccomend, who takes a position within this oppurtunity. At this time, we are not sponsoring any individuals. Devon Wilson Executive Consultant The HealthSearch Group [This message has been edited by devon, lloyd (edited March 28, 2001).] [This message has been edited by devon, lloyd (edited March 28, 2001).] [This message has been edited by devon, lloyd (edited April 03, 2001).]
posted 19 years ago
hi Devon i am from Java background. Have passed my JCP with 95%. My total IT experience is 2.5 years and total Java experience has been almost 2 years. Can i apply for this post. If so then please send me a mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanking u !! Regards Usha Shah
iam having java experience of about 3 years. iam a sun certified java programmer and also cleared the part 1 of the sun certified enterprise architect. iam also having experience in ejb, weblogic platform. i would like to know whether i will be considered for this position thanks
Hi, Lloyd I'm a Sun Certified Java programmer. I have 7 years programming experiences including 2+ years in java. I am good at Servlet, JSP and EJB, experienced in IBM VisualAge for Java and DB2. I'm living in Canada. Can I apply for this position. Please contact: email@example.com Thank you. Xinyi
Hi! I've got Master degree in Computer Science, also done OCP developer track's second paper about "Program units" and well knowledge about software development, as needed for entry point programmer. I'm also appearing for my SCJP2 test 15 days later approx. I have also good knowledge in C++, HTML, DHTML, Visual Basic 5.0, SQL, PL/SQL, and love to program. My e-mail address : firstname.lastname@example.org
posted 19 years ago
Hi Devon I have 2 years EJB/JAVA/WEBLOGIC etc experience. I am presently employed with reputed American E-Commerce consulting firm and am currently working in NY on B1. I am looking for an oppourtunity of working in the US. I have a valid H1B. My Email id is email@example.com.Mail me here for more information.
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Matt A. Seif 6355 DanBrook Park Charlotte, NC 28227 Ph#(704) 573 1025 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SUMMARY Extensive background in software development with emphasis in object-oriented technologies such Java (3 years), Java Server Pages (1 � years) Servlets (1 � years), C++ (2 years) as well as XML (2 months). Certification Sun Certified Programmer.
Aug 2000-Present Central Piedmont Community College Charlotte, NC Teacher �Currently Teaching Java, object oriented Concepts and Design (2 classes).
Oct 2000 � I- SILVER, Inc. Charlotte, NC Feb 2001 Contractor �Mentored team members in the development and design cycle of the software. �Developed web-enabled server appliance starting from scratch .(Phase one completed on time). �Involved in the Research Development of future releases and other software and tools needed for I-Silver development department. � Team members were 7.
Profile Highly experienced and versatile Senior Consultant/Developer with very strong OO modeling and programming skills, as well as wide exposure to Internet/Java technologies. Strong analytical skill especially in the domain of Assurance, as well as proven project-management capabilities.
Summary of Work Experience April - May 2001 Senior Developer OTOObe, Paris, France. www.otoobe.com September 2000 - January 2001 Technical Leader and Project Manager Reef, Brussels, Belgium. www.reef.com September 1999 - September 2000 Senior Developer and Technical Leader Reef, Paris, France. www.reef.com January 1998 - February 1999: Senior Technical Consultant, FI Systems, Paris, France. www.fisystem.fr April 1994 - December 1997: Project Manager/Senior Developer Ingenia SA, Paris, France.
Academic Record Higher Degree in Artificial Intelligence (1993), University of PARIS VI, France.
Languages Fluent Vietnamese, French and English.
Work Experience April - May 2001 ---------------- Senior Developer, OTOObe - www.otoobe.com. Development of Web based Community software component. Responsibilities included evaluation of third party Web based Community sofware (Forum) and integration of the selected product into OTOObe platform. Products & Technologies used: Jive Forum (www.coolservlets.com), Java2, JSP, servlet, MySQL, DB2, XML. September 1999 - January 2001 ----------------------------- Application Developer, Technical Leader and Project Manager, Reef - www.reef.com. Design and development of components and applications used in web site construction. Involved in the project as key developer doing business requirements analysis, object modeling, server side development, technical document writing, customer support. Responsibilities also include small team management and technically mentoring new developers. Methods: UML Tools/Languages: Rational Rose, Java (Jbuilder3/Borland), JDK1.2, JSDK2.1, and JSP. Server: Informix, Windows NT January 1998 - February 1999 ---------------------------- Senior Technical Consultant, FI Systems. JC Decaux France Design and development of Commercial Planning system for the maintenance and sales of advertising space. Responsible for Object Modeling in UML of business processes and detailed design using Use Cases and Business Class Models. Involved in technology studies and prototypes (in Java) as well as support for Business Design team user sessions (prototype screens for Use Case validation). Specification and development of a GUI Framework based on JFC/Swing, with a custom look-and-feel. Development of first iteration prototype with object persistence layer and GUI Framework. Methods: UML Tools/Languages: Java (PartsForJava (ObjectShare), Swing/JFC), Paradigm Plus (Platinum), TopLink (ObjectPeople) Persistence Tool Server: Oracle8, Windows NT
GIE Symphonie Design and implementation of an n-tier intranet architecture and development platform for an independent software vendor. Architecture was 100% Java implementation with Application Server (Weblogic Tengah), Java Relational Binding (JRB) persistence layer and Sybase database. Responsibilities included research, specification, prototyping and development of the intranet architecture, as well as tool evaluation and testing requirements. Other responsibilities included authoring methodology and developers' guide for the development team (UML/Rational Rose) as well as customizing a version-control system (PVCS) for development. Methods: UML Tools/Languages: Weblogic Tengah, Java Relational Binding (Ardent/O2), Rational Rose, PVCS Version Manager, Java (JDK 1.1, Visual Caf�). Server: Sybase SQL Server, Window NT
Internal Research Projects Several research projects including: * Java Virtual Machine evaluation testing for all major platforms (NT, Solaris, HP/UX, IBM AIX, Apple Mac/OS) and for all major JVM suppliers (Sun, Microsoft, Symantec, Metro). Testing criteria included performance and quality issues. * Comparison study of Java development environments (Symantec Caf�, Power/J, JBuilder, VisualAge). Criteria for evaluation included support for Java Beans, JDBC/database support, visual designers, 3rd party integration, deployment support, performance, response-times and ease-of-use. * Research study on possible system architectures based on Java. This study recommended several architectural variations to be used by FI Consulting in response to Client RFIs and Prototyping. Tools/Languages: Java (JDK1.1, Power/J, JBuilder, VisualAge, Visual Caf�). Server: Sun Solaris, Windows NT, and various flavours of Unix.
April 1994 - December 1997 -------------------------- Project Manager/Senior Developer, Ingenia. Groupe PARADIS Design and development of a Workflow system for a large assurance company, to handle the administration and treatment of retirement/pension contracts. The system was a 3-tier physical architecture, implemented with a client GUI and business object layer written in Smalltalk, middle-tier backbone (Orbix/ORB, C++) with server-side Sybase database. Responsible for the design and development of software architecture for the system; emphasis was put on a modular software design allowing for parallel development and reusable core functionality for several applications. Specification and design of complex business scenarios and internal rules with the Client design team. Development of business object layer (business rules and object behaviour). Design and development of GUI front-end for the application. Responsibility for liaison with client, software delivery and roll-out of application. Project Manager for subsequent releases of the above application. Responsible for the scoping and specification of new functionality within the workflow system as well as maintenance and upgrade releases. Responsibility for technical development environment as well as coordination of development teams and software component reuse. Methods: OMT Tools/Languages: Smalltalk/V (Envy/Developer, WindowBuilderPro), Orbix ORB(IONA) Server: Sybase SQL Server, Sun Solaris
BRED Employer is a large French bank, with a sizeable internal IT department. Responsible for development and porting of a Client Tracking System, written in Smalltalk on Windows with a IBM CICS back-end. Specification of development tools and environment for the project. Methods: OMT Tools/Languages: Smalltalk/V (Envy/Developer, WindowBuilderPro(ObjectShare))
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