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We are looking for a Senior Java Developer to do full life cycle programming and design for a client in Greater Nashville area.
The following are the required skills and levels of required proficiency.
�Senior level Java experience (3+ Year)
�Senior level OOD/OOP (3+ Years) or better
�HTML (design, layout, tag compatibility)
�DHTML (event model, properties, browser compatibility)
�DOM (compliancy, browser compatibility)
�JavaScript / ECMA Script
�JSP 1.2(declarations, expressions, directives, actions, scope)
�JSP Custom Tag Libraries
�Familiarity with MVC Pattern (Struts experience required)
�Understanding of Web Statelessness
�CSS1 / CSS2 Experience
�Practical experience with Regular Expressions
�JDBC 2.0 Experience
�SQL (Selects, prepared statements, callable statements)
�Basic understanding of XML (Deployment Descriptors, TLDs)
�Advanced understanding of J2EE (Servlet Programming, JNDI)
�Familiarity with Apache
�Familiarity with JDE such as WSAD/Eclipse, Visual Age for Java, etc.
�Remote Objects (EJB, CORBA, RMI)
�XSL and XSL-FO Desired
�Knowledge of Portlet development
�Outgoing and energetic personality willing to be part of a dynamic, fast paced team.
�Experience working in an Extreme Programming environment would be helpful.
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